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9+ Research-Based Ideas for Energizing Belonging in Your Organization

  • 09/12/2024
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Zoom

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9+ Research-Based Ideas for

Energizing Belonging in Your Organization

with Wendy Gates Corbett, MS, CPTD, CDEIC

Thursday, September 12th at 7 pm EDT


We think belonging is this big, heady concept that requires an expensive, organization-wide transformation initiative.

Not so! Every employee can build belonging right now wherever they sit in an organization because the energy of belonging is built or destroyed one human interaction at a time.

Go beyond the limited “what” and “why” of most belonging-related programs and dive into the “how” with actionable, research-based ideas for building belonging that you and your employees can implement tomorrow. Harness the power you generate from feeling connected to, respected, and protected by your peers and leaders. The program and ideas are based on Wendy’s model and #1 bestselling book, The Energy of Belonging© and her research identifying specific behaviors that build belonging in organizations.

In this fun, interactive program, Wendy Gates Corbett, CPTD, brings belonging out of our heads and into our hands by equipping us with (at least) 9 practices we can use to generate the energy of belonging. She’ll share insights from her research and real-world stories from her work with organizations. You’ll learn practices you can use tomorrow to deepen connections, recognize brilliance, and convey to others they are welcome and included.

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This event is free to current TODN members and $15 for non-members. Join TODN to take advantage of other events and discounts throughout the year. Membership discounts are available for full time students and persons age 65+.


BIO

Wendy Gates Corbett, MS, CPTD, CDEIC

Wendy Gates Corbett stands at the forefront of Belonging and Leadership, wielding her expertise with a vibrant energy that transforms workplaces and speaking stages alike. Her personal journey as a biracial individual has profoundly influenced her mission to cultivate spaces of unconditional acceptance, a mission that she brings to life as a top-tier organizational culture consultant, global training executive, belonging researcher, and Adjunct Professor of Leadership and Management in all of Duke University’s graduate engineering programs.

Wendy's research, which has touched over 175,000 people worldwide, pinpoints the behaviors that foster a genuine sense of belonging within organizations. Her thought leadership is highlighted in her role on the Board of Trustees of Guilford College, and an Association for Talent Development (ATD) leadership award that honors her contributions to community and leadership.

As an international keynote speaker, Wendy's energizing presentations are more than just speeches—they are transformative experiences. They are a harmonious blend of insightful knowledge, engaging storytelling, and enlightening entertainment, leaving audiences inspired and equipped with practical tools they can use tomorrow. Her ability to connect, to make each person feel seen and heard, turns her keynotes into a communal journey toward a deeper understanding of Belonging.

Wendy's #1 bestselling book, "The Energy of Belonging: 75 Ideas to Spark Workplace Community," was published in January 2024 and was eagerly awaited as a continuation of her vital discourse on the subject. Whether consulting in the boardroom, lecturing in the classroom, or captivating an audience on stage, Wendy Gates Corbett is a beacon of progress, hope, and action guiding a path toward a more inclusive, empowered, and thriving future. Her work sparks impactful change, encouraging everyone to claim their space, their voice, and their power to belong.

For more information, contact Jami Yazdani (president@todnnc.org) or Susan Westbrook (405-343-0798).


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