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Carolina Conversation: Cultivating Belonging Within Workspaces

The first Carolina Conversation of the semester will focus on cultivating belonging within workspaces. The interactive dialogue will address the importance of how we treat one another, provide for each other’s well-being, and facilitate personal success. In this safe space, participants will identify and share strategies and practices that have been done at the department level to develop a sense of belonging, have the opportunity to highlight areas that need improvement or resourcing, and discuss possible collaborations or next steps towards their desired change process.

Co-facilitated by Becci Menghini, senior associate vice chancellor for Workforce Strategy, Equity & Engagement, and Gretchen C. Bellamy, senior director, education, operations & initiatives, for Diversity & Inclusion.

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