This chapter explores how education leaders can use leadership to create an organizational culture and mindset that respects and values all forms of diversity and identities. It focuses on the fundamental purpose and aims of leadership and how leadership can be developed at all levels within higher education institutions to create more inclusive organizational cultures. Inclusion in higher education moves beyond celebrating diversity and towards the integration of inclusion into all policies, structures, and activities associated with the educational experience. The nature of democratic societies puts them in a position to move away from a closed and exclusivist higher education paradigm based on power and privilege claims and towards an open and inclusive paradigm based on rights and justice claims. Many societies place great faith in education, as systems of formal learning, to solve some of today's pressing social and economic problems. Education is often seen as the basic foundation for social, economic, and personal development.