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NHS Confederation - Inclusive leadership pledge
Sign our inclusive leadership pledge to demonstrate your commitment to being an inclusive leader.
If you are a leader keen to create a psychologically safe working environment for all of your staff, we have developed an inclusive leadership pledge, with nine behaviours you can adopt to model inclusive leadership.
Sign and share the pledge now to demonstrate your commitment to modelling inclusive leadership.
What is an inclusive leader?
Inclusive leaders take action to create, change and innovate while balancing everybody’s views and needs. They have the courage to take conscious steps to break down barriers for all people in society.
They actively seek difference, invite and welcome everyone’s individual contribution, and take steps to seek out full engagement with the processes of decision-making and shaping reality.
Sign our pledge today
We encourage all leaders, and aspiring leaders, across health and care to sign our inclusive leadership pledge.
Share your commitment to role-modelling inclusive leadership:
- Sign the pledge today – it takes less than a minute.
- Share your pledge on social media, using our social card and the hashtag #ILPledge – and encourage others you know to sign up. Tag us on Twitter @NHSC_LGBTQ, @NHSC_BMELeaders and @hcwomenleaders so we can re-share.
- Print and display a poster in your organisation as a visible commitment to inclusive leadership.
Swipe to read the nine inclusive leadership behaviours
This leadership pledge has been developed and co-produced with the support of NHS Confederation’s three leadership networks – the BME Leadership Network; Health and Care LGBTQ+ Leaders Network; and Health and Care Women Leaders Network.
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