Inclusion and Leaderships Paradoxes

Inclusion is a feeling, a state of mind where all members of the group feel that they are equally well treated, respected, and offered psychological safety. And leaders faces various paradoxes; for example, a study by PWC states six paradoxes (*).  During his speech, Dr Kadilar will elaborate on the role of coaching and mentoring within the context of how to deal with such paradoxes with an inclusive approach.

  • Demystifying Inclusion
  • What paradoxes are in play in today’s leadership?
  • Role of coaching and mentoring in increasing our capacity for inclusive leadership. 

(*) Six paradoxes of leadership Addressing the crisis of leadership (PWC)

Dr. Riza Kadilar, PhD

Riza is the president of EMCC Global. Alumni of Stanford University, HEC Paris, METU, and INSEAD,  His professional career includes senior-level bank management for almost thirty years in France, UK, Netherlands and Turkey.

He is the author of five published books and a columnist at Bloomberg Businessweek Turkey. He contributes to the democratization of learning & development with his online platform (RK Academy) and also with his EMCC Quality Award recipient online micro-credential course (MOOC) on coaching and mentoring. He is a visiting professor in various universities, and has delivered numerous motivational speeches during the last twenty years in more than thirty countries, and recently on online platforms reaching more than ten thousand individuals. He has contributed to a vast number of human capital development projects for more than two decades, especially in executive coaching, mentoring and inclusive leadership areas. He regularly invests in technology startups and provides business development and financial advisory services thru his company K Ventures.