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Breakout Presentation

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Presentation Details

In today's fast-paced workplaces where stress is escalating and innovation is key, fostering employee belonging is crucial for success. Research confirms that cultivating belonging minimizes burnout, enhances overall wellbeing, and sparks collaborative problem-solving.

Join our interactive session led by workplace culture consultant, Beth Ridley, and Learning and Development Innovation Leader at Goodwill Industries, Ann Newman, to gain step-by-step guidance to build a sustainable culture of belonging and drive leadership accountability for practicing inclusive behaviors.

After this session, you'll be able to:​​

  1. Seamlessly integrate inclusive behaviors into daily leadership practices and strengthen a sense of belonging among work teams and during meetings.

  2. Embed inclusive behaviors into leadership development, performance planning, and review processes to advance a culture of belonging to sustain transformative culture change within their organizations.

  3. ​Demystify belonging and apply best practices to gain insights and recommended survey questions for measuring belonging and the impact of embracing inclusive leadership behaviors in your workplace.


Speaker Bio:

Ann Newman is a trusted leader and thought partner at Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago. As Director Learning, Ann drives change and implements innovative solutions by consulting and collaborating with organizational stakeholders. Cultivating curiosity and engagement, Ann maximizes strategies, behaviors and actions that increase performance, enhance development and foster organizational excellence.

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