We create healthier societies when we are inclusive
When it comes to leading wellness, as in our shared pursuit of a world free of preventable disease, being inclusive is perhaps one of our most powerful tools. An online search captures the spirit of the word: To INCLUDE means “to comprise as part of a whole” or “to make part of a whole.” Inclusive leaders do both. They help people and entire systems, from teams to communities, understand and connect with the ways they are already well, resourceful and resilient by nature. At the same time, inclusive leaders continually seek to uplift sidelined and disadvantaged voices so that our collective circle of concern widens and new potentials for wellbeing unfold.
Global Wellness Institute’s moonshot: Include all of yourself in the wellness journey
As a wellness leader, you’ve been thinking about how to take better care of yourself while helping your family and colleagues be healthier too.