The paper explores the constructs of inclusive leadership and mattering, examining their potential application in human resource management. It includes a theoretical analysis of these phenomena and an empirical study conducted within Lithuanian organisations. These organisational management constructs are increasingly important in the context of social policy, sustainability, and the economic objectives of organisations and their employees. The theoretical part offers an overview of the constructs under study, their research-based organizational benefits, and the assumptions for their general applicability. It underpins the logic of the study, emphasising the importance of inclusive leadership and mattering in contemporary organizational environments. The empirical part presents quantitative research. Survey data collected was analysed using statistical methods such as factor analysis and structural equation modelling. The aim was to examine the correlations between inclusive management and employees' mattering, as well as to model the possibility of enhancing employees' mattering perception through the development of inclusive leadership. The study concludes with recommendations based on the findings.