Welcoming feedback and implementing it into businesses practices can enable business leaders to create a working environment that fosters open communication. Creating an inclusive workplace starts before an individual joins a company. It’s important to show potential employees that they’ll be seen, heard, and safe once they become part of the team. This article showcases different ways leaders can implement diversity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace. Some ways leaders can maintain inclusiveness include reevaluate current company language to ensure it shows representation and understanding, valuing employee feedback, and helping employees feel safe when voicing their needs.