Diversity, inclusion and building a positive culture in the marketing team

As the number of specialist skills and diversity in the marketing team grows, this article looks at how leaders can build an inclusive and cohesive culture where everyone is pulling in the same direction.

Those who lead businesses and teams will have their hands full in 2020. The world remains very much in a spin cycle, economies are still reeling. Despite our most genuine and heartfelt intention-setting, it’s going to take more than the crisp crack of a new Moleskine to give 2021 the ‘anything’s possible’ lustre of new years’ past.

While shepherding their companies through crisis and back into health, leaders will also be guiding shell shocked and exhausted teams that likely look very different than they did just a year ago – many fully remote, with schedules that have adjusted to the blending...

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