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Free Webinar: It Takes a Village- Shaping a Culture of Inclusion

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Free Webinar- It Takes a Village: Shaping a Culture of Inclusion

In an inclusive work culture, all employees feel visible and valued. The sense of belonging that underpins each individual’s daily experience enables a rich exchange of diverse perspectives and ideas. Psychological safety fosters an environment where traditional assumptions are questioned, leading to the development of robust and innovative solutions. Creating this kind of culture is a journey, and it doesn’t happen overnight.

“It takes a village” to create a culture of inclusion, with accountability and collaboration across job roles, geographies, and functions. Efforts need to be coordinated and synchronized at both a systemic and individual level, with a focus on inquiry, humility, and commitment. In this webinar, we’ll explore ways to build a culture where conscious inclusion is embedded in business systems and processes. We will investigate ways to configure opportunity, interaction, and communication to realize the potential of diversity. And we’ll also identify ways to foster a sense of belonging where everyone feels welcome to grow, connect, and contribute.


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Corporate Education Group


Corporate Education Group (CEG) is a premier provider of talent development solutions. Since 1987, CEG has collaborated with clients to unlock business value by delivering talent strategies and development solutions that align with targeted business goals to make your workforce...

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