As they strive for a culture change at the workplace, leaders must realize that it’s very important for them to always ascribe the success of employees to their achievements, rather than their gender or personal qualifications. When this is done repeatedly and effectively, everyone in the team feels valued and gender differences within the team get normalized, hence creating a positive workplace.
Ultimately, it is the people who move processes forward. Regardless of the advancements in technology, this will remain an organization’s strength. The onus rests on the managers of today, who will be the leaders of tomorrow, as to how they carry the agenda of both diversity and inclusion together and unleash innovation.