"Inclusion is invisible to those who enjoy it," so states Gaudiano in the first of a series of articles on the subject for Forbes.com. What IS "inclusion," though and how is it distinguished from diversity? How do you create a space in which employees feel they've not just been "invited to the party," but also "asked to dance," as Vernā Myers' analogy goes?

This article goes a long way toward answering these questions and, more importantly for current and prospective employers, how to apply and measure it within the workplace.