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Designing a culture of belonging for the future of work
Designing a culture of belonging for the future of work

Designing a culture of belonging for the future of work

Belonging (or not belonging) at work is a lived experience for employees, but should be a practiced value and KPI for businesses. In new research, Sarah Judd Welch, Principal and CEO of innovation consultancy Sharehold examines the impact of mass remote work, civil turbulence and general uncertainty on our sense of belonging at work, and offers insight into a future in which everyone can perform at full potential.

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Action takes the stage: Exposing the truth about D&I initiatives
Action takes the stage: Exposing the truth about D&I initiatives

Action takes the stage: Exposing the truth about D&I initiatives

Over the past several months, companies have contemplated whether they could afford to ignore systemic racism in the very place where most Americans spend their lives each day — at work? The answer is no. But committing to creating substantial and sustainable change does more than create face value — it also retains employees and their trust.

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The promise of virtual reality experiences — an event producer’s epiphany
The promise of virtual reality experiences — an event producer’s epiphany

The promise of virtual reality experiences — an event producer’s epiphany

Creatives around the world are finding new solutions to showcase their craft amidst the global pandemic. Yet the events industry can’t seemingly be experienced virtually, or can it? Joanna Ventour, founder of Everyday Experiential shares how she’s pivoted arenas but remains hopeful with the advancements of new tech.

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Finding community in a growing remote-first world is becoming easier than ever before

Community-building isn’t just for social media marketers, urban development planners, or your neighborhood’s town hall meetings -- they’re for anyone looking outside of their work friendships to support their mental health, career aspirations and personal hobbies. Thanks to the internet and the need for social distancing, everyone from media agency employees to freelancers, from hikers to book readers, are tapping into digital communities to foster growth and connection.

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We Are Rosie founder Stephanie Nadi Olson interviews emerging voices on the future of work

Season 2 | Episode 2: The future of distributed teams with Tammy Bjelland

Season 2 | Episode 2: The future of distributed teams with Tammy Bjelland

Lorraine Charles, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Na’amal passes the mic to chat with Tammy Bjelland, Founder and CEO of Workplaceless, a training company that works to improve remote and hybrid team effectiveness. In this episode they talk how Workplaceless began and how the future of distributed teams looks.

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