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Belonging: A Solution for Stronger Retention

Regardless of the reason people are leaving their current positions, the real question companies should be asking is, "What will encourage our people to stay?" Building a successful retention strategy around an excellent workplace culture can only be possible by fostering a company environment where people feel valued, their voice matters, and they BELONG.

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What You'll Learn

The feeling of belonging in your workplace is not automatic, but rather something that needs to be worked on intentionally from the top down in each company. Organizations who are leaders in employee engagement understand that a good diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy is fundamental to creating a culture where people feel like they belong while improving workplace retention. Workers who belong produce better and more innovative ideas and are generally more engaged and satisfied in their job. This webinar is geared towards showing you how to invite more voices to the table to gain valuable perspective and create a culture where people aren’t just welcome, but feel they belong.
Key Takeaways
  • Solutions for strengthening your workplace culture in diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Understanding the value of diverse voices at the table
  • A process to foster belonging resulting in improved retention


Skot Welch

Skot serves as the resident DEIB expert at Frontline Training Solutions, and is the Principal/Founder of Global Bridgebuilders (GBB), a firm focusing on Organizational Development, Cultural Transformation and Inclusion. GBB bases its work in the core belief that inclusion is a business discipline and that it should be leveraged across all that the enterprise does. Currently, GBB serves a wide range of clients in the U.S. and in 7 other countries. He has worked in International business and Diversity/Inclusion Management for over 20 years and has developed an in-depth knowledge of diversity, inclusion and workforce development that brings together and maximizes the perfect blend of people and process. Prior to the launch of GBB, Skot served as Vice President of Business Development and Benchmarking Services for DiversityInc magazine in New Jersey, where he worked with many of the Fortune 500’s biggest global brands across a broad range of industries.