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Belonging & work challenges

Below are the best resources we could find on Belonging and work challenges.

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The Value of Belonging at Work

Social belonging is a fundamental human need, hardwired into our DNA. And yet, 40% of people say that they feel isolated at work, and the result has been lower organizational commitment and engagement.

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Belonging at Work Is Essential—Here Are 4 Ways to Foster It

When we feel like we belong, we experience meaning, life satisfaction, physical health and psychological stability. When we feel excluded, physical pain and a wide range of psychological ailments result.

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When Disabled and Neurodiverse People Truly Belong, Everyone Benefits

Where does your organisation sit in relation to disability and neurodiversity on the Belonging Continuum?

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Work-Life Balance: Balancing Time or Balancing Identity? | Michelle Ryan | TEDxExeter

Some argue that women choose not to go into particular jobs, often because of the hours required and the sacrifices that need to be made.

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Here’s Why Neurodiversity Is so Important at Work

To avoid missing out on the skills autistic people bring, companies can learn from the experience of improving gender and race diversity, where both direct and indirect discrimination act as a barrier.

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These Moms Are Connecting Teachers and Kids with Learning Disabilities

Braintrust is an online marketplace that helps pair families with students who need extra help.

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Natasha Zimmerman on Community and Belonging and Founding Unchatter

Natasha Zimmerman shares in this video about her PHD research on Belonging and Community.

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Promote Neurodiversity in the Intelligence Community

Intelligence agencies and the private sector contractors that support them must leverage new talent pools, and one key group that could help fill this gap is the neurodiverse community.

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Why You Shouldn’t Overlook Neurodiversity in Your DEI Strategy

We tend to overlook neurodiversity, in part because it is not visible or well-represented in most workplaces.

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