If diversity is what makes employees unique, and inclusion is how they are treated, then belonging is about how they feel about the experience of these two.
At Glint, our research shows that employees with a strong sense of belonging are over six times more likely to be engaged than those who don’t. That is to say when employees feel a strong sense of belonging at work, they are over six times as likely to bring their best selves to work and to do their best work.
Unfortunately, many current Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIBs) programmes fall short due to:
- Superficial commitment
- Unclear or limited ownership
- Narrow focus
As a result, they often fail to create an environment where people feel they belong and can do their best work together.
Join Archana Ramesh, Head of People Science, APAC at Glint to learn more about how your organization can:
- Measure the sentiments that matter
- Empower managers to build inclusive practices in their teams
- Build a workplace where your people feel they belong
Archana will be joined by Devyani Dutt, APAC Lead for Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at LinkedIn to discuss how LinkedIn makes Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging a priority across the organisation for all employees to drive a true sense of belonging.