Inclusion has been added to your bookmarks.
Life at Deloitte
Unleashing the power of diversity
At Deloitte, we believe that fostering an inclusive culture unleashes the power of our diversity, and that being a leader—by definition—means being an inclusive leader. We are proud of our history, and share our discoveries with the marketplace and our clients.
- Inclusion is Deloitte
- CIO blog
- Hear from our CIO
- The six signature traits of inclusive leadership
- Get in touch
Inclusion is Deloitte
Deloitte continues to lead the way in our approach to fostering an inclusive culture. Explore our innovative perspectives and groundbreaking research.
Advancing our inclusive culture: perspectives from our leaders
Hear from Terri Cooper, our chief inclusion officer (CIO), about what Deloitte is doing to ensure an inclusive culture where people can connect, belong, and grow.
A message from Deloitte’s CIO, Terri Cooper
Today, the demand for inclusion is only growing. Many organizations are earnestly trying to cultivate inclusive cultures and often ask me what Deloitte has learned on our 25-plus-year journey and what are we focused on now.
We have learned a few lessons along the way—tone at the top is essential and inclusion should be seamlessly embedded into the talent experience. To truly shift forward, we should challenge the status quo, redefining leadership and rethinking the role that each of us can play. In today’s world, organizations are only as strong as their people and, ultimately, their cultures.
Now is the time to challenge unconscious bias and strengthen our commitment to fostering an inclusive culture. It’s also up to each of us to embody the traits of inclusive leadership and bring that to our organizations on a daily basis.
This is what I am focused on in my role as Deloitte’s chief inclusion officer, fostering an environment where everyone, regardless of who they are or who else is at the table, feels that they can connect, belong, and grow.
The six signature traits of inclusive leadership
Diversity of markets, customers, ideas, and talent is driving the need for inclusion as a new leadership capability. Here are six attributes of leaders who display the ability to not only embrace individual differences, but to potentially leverage them for competitive advantage.