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Building Belonging in the Workplace

  • 18 Nov 2021
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Virtual via Zoom


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Work cultures that don’t truly include all employees create environments where time is wasted, employees are disengaged, and they don’t care about their work. Organizations with inclusive cultures reap the benefits of employees who are fully engaged, care about their work, and love what they do. But how do we build that? Too many programs focus on the ‘what’ of inclusion, but stop short of the ‘how’.

This program shares 15 practical hows - strategies that can be used to remind ourselves, each other, and the team members we work with that we all belong. These strategies are the foundation of an organizational culture that is a safe space for employees to bring their all – 100%. You will discover strategies we can use to show or tell ourselves that we belong, strategies to show other people that they are welcome and included, and strategies that groups or teams can use to make others feel included.


  • Define the three building blocks of belonging
  • Explore connect, respect, protect from personal perspective
  • Examine connect, respect, protect from a group’s perspective (within group)
  • Identify areas where belonging can be built in your organization

You will benefit by attending if you are an Instructional Designer, Human Resource Professional, Coach, Trainer, Training Manager, or Learning Leader.

Wendy Gates Corbett, CPTD, is an experienced international speaker, award-winning presentation consultant, and training executive who has trained more than 100,000 people over the past 20+ years. Wendy is a recognized leader in the training industry. She is a past member of the international board of directors for the Association for Talent Development and a longtime member of the ATD-Research Triangle Area chapter. Wendy speaks globally on building belonging, confidence, clarity, and powerful presence. She helps organizations identify, acknowledge, and address barriers to building embracive workspaces where employees belong. She works with organizational leaders, ERGs, and Diversity Councils to create sustainable safe cultures where employees know they can express 100% of themselves without fear.

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1959 N. Peace Haven Road, #225
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

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