Create a Culture of Belonging

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60 minutes


Designed for leaders and individuals looking to increase belonging on their teams, this class delves into key strategies to foster belonging in the workplace. After sharing the neuroscience of belonging, we will explore the difference between belonging and conformity, and how they can look alike on the surface. In breakout rooms, learners will create a plan to apply strategies to build belonging on their teams. 

At the end of this class, you will be able to:

  • Define belonging and its key components 
  • Identify the current levels of belonging on your team
  • Apply several strategies to foster belonging on your team  

Recommended Prerequisites: n/a

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How Hone is different
Live learning
Small-group classes over video conference. Join wherever you are.
Interactive activities
Practice new skills in breakout rooms with like-minded professionals.
Real-world application
Apply new skills to your work by taking action and choosing a personalized Hone challenge.
Fri, Mar 1
7:00am - 8:00am (PST)
Abe Medoff

Abe Medoff

Abe Medoff (he/him) is a facilitator, organizer, and consultant who holds space, listens, and strategizes to help people in building a more just and kind world for everyone.
Thu, Apr 18
11:00am - 12:00pm (PST)
Jacqueline Iloh

Jacqueline Iloh

Mon, Apr 29
4:00pm - 5:00pm (PST)
Chantelle Kohn

Chantelle Kohn

Chantelle is a leadership development facilitator with over a decade of experience within the non-profit, corporate, government and education sectors. She partners with organizations to build capacity in creating and sustaining thriving workplaces.
Mon, May 6
8:00am - 9:00am (PST)
Mark Darren Gregor (he/him/his)

Mark Darren Gregor (he/him/his)

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