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Melissa Majors’ Guilt-Free Guide to Inclusion “The 7 Simple Habits of Inclusive Leaders” Releases May 3rd, 2021

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Melissa Majors’ Guilt-Free Guide to Inclusion “The 7 Simple Habits of Inclusive Leaders” Releases May 3rd, 2021

April 07
20:00 2021
The internationally acclaimed executive coach, consultant, and speaker’s new book is power-packed with tools and techniques to boost innovation and performance by building inclusive habits. The book is available for pre-order with added perks for the early birds.

Dallas, TX, United States – In this globalized world, the significance of inclusivity is an increasingly vital aspect of business that cannot be ignored. Workplace diversity cultivates variety, whereas inclusivity involves people equally. When inclusion is operationalized within organizations, it puts them on the path to success. An inclusive corporate organization is 70% more capable of capturing a new market than its competitors. Contrary to popular opinion, creating a multidisciplinary and diverse team typically doesn’t result in inclusion. Diversity alone is not the antidote for exclusion: inclusive leadership must be practiced.

80% of C-Suite Executives are aware they are falling short of their D&I commitments but admit they don’t know how to fix the problem. They mean well, often announce their commitments to inclusion, but fail to build habits that position them to keep promises. To counter this and give global leaders an actionable and guilt-free approach to inclusion, leadership expert and strategist Melissa Majors has authored a comprehensive book titled “The 7 Simple Habits of Inclusive Leaders,” all set to hit the bookstores on May 3rd, 2021.

In this actionable guide about savvy leaders’ inclusive practices, the author has defined why and how inclusion is not just another buzzword. Evidence proves inclusion is directly related to superior team performance that drives growth and profit. The book explores the neuroscience and bottom-line impact of inclusive practices and how they can be easily applied. Melissa Majors Consulting’s CEO aims to clarify how the brain is often to blame for why leaders unintentionally exclude others. A guilt-free approach designed to produce and sustain inclusive habits is needed to capitalize on the benefits of inclusion. She explains that intentions aren’t motivation enough to create real change; building sensible habits is vital. The book is a perfect blend of storytelling and research to provide readers with actionable insights described in an understandable way that gives them a pragmatic approach to inclusion.

“Inclusion has been my unfair advantage. I’ve achieved double-digit growth for all the organizations I have led. I attribute my success to being an innovator, and I attribute my ability to innovate to being inclusive. With my firsthand experiences, I firmly conclude that people can rethink their beliefs and become more inclusive with the right mindset and habits. My 25 years working in corporate America connected me with phenomenal leaders that developed inclusive, high- trust, and successful teams. I also witnessed not-so-inclusive leaders struggle because their instinctive reactions misled their judgment resulting in poor decisions, divided teams, and unoriginal ideas. To summarize, inclusion is more than a moral obligation; it is a competitive advantage,” says Melissa Majors.

The book releases on May 3rd, 2021, and is available for pre-order at the author’s website. The pre-order buyers get access to perks such as the Inclusive Leaders’ Mastermind and book readings with limited seating hosted by Melissa Majors. For e-book readers, the pre-order option is available via Amazon. To connect with the author and for more information, use the contact details given below.

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Company Name: Melissa Majors Consulting
Contact Person: Lauren Tipton
Email: Send Email
Phone: (214) 716-5416
Address:539. W. Commerce St, #5167
City: Dallas
State: TX 75208
Country: United States
Website: https://melissamajors.com/

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