On average, employees who did not belong to a leadership team felt lower levelsof inclusion. More positive were those who were two levels down from ExecutiveCommittee (ExCo) or identified as ‘other’ leaders. Those reporting directly into ExCoscored higher, with ExCo and Board members having the highest scores on averageacross all Survey questions. Responses of employees by seniority, show a clear linearpattern across Survey questions.The difference between the lowest and highest scoring groups by seniority wasparticularly pronounced on the question related to feeling listened to when speakingup about issues. 97% of ExCo and Board members felt listened to when speaking up,compared with 73% among those not part of senior teams.86% of leaders without a disability felt listened to when they spoke up about issues intheir organisation. This fell to 77% among leaders who said that they did have a disability,and 60% among employees with a disability and not within the leadership team.