Webinar: How to Design for Belonging and Inclusion in Your Organization – Oct 19 & 26

Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on September 20, 2022

Join us for this unique two-part 180-minute e-certification program, where you will learn to use tangible design tools to cultivate a sense of belonging and inclusion in your team and organization. This SSIR Live! webinar-workshop is developed, facilitated, and presented by Susie Wise, a lecturer at Stanford d.school, The Hasso Plattner Institute for Design at Stanford University. Come ready to think and participate actively!

In this SSIR Live! two-part program we will be:

Part I: Exploring Belonging [October 19, 2:00-3:30 PM]

  • Mine your experiences to understand where belonging lives in you and your organization
  • Introduce techniques you can use to find the place to work on belonging in your organization
  • Explore concrete moments of belonging that can be designed

Part II: Designing for Belonging and Inclusion [October 26, 2:00-3:30 PM]

  • Explore a range of design levers
  • Practice generating new ideas to test
  • Design a concrete new experience to try in your workplace or team

Demonstrate your commitment to building your skills.
Your participation entitles you to receive a downloadable e-certificate from Stanford Social Innovation Review and and Stanford d.school, the Hasso Plattner Institute for Design at Stanford University. You are eligible to receive the participation e-certificate once you have successfully participated in both Part I & II of this this SSIR Live! two-part webinar-workshop.

Your registration provides you with access to both parts of the live webinar, downloadable slides, and unlimited access to the recorded webinar video on-demand for 12 months from the date of broadcast.

Learn more and register.

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