Increasing Connections With Others

Professor Michael Slepian discusses his latest research on how to foster feelings of inclusion, belonging, and authenticity at the workplace and the world at large.

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The Workplace
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In this Leading Through Change webinar Michael Slepian, the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics, discusses his research on the obstacles between social connections and feelings of inclusion in common situations. Focusing on the everyday conversations at the workplace, Slepian explains the consequences of secrecy and when we are made to feel that we can’t be our authentic selves. Slepian also unpacks the slight differences between “belonging” and “inclusion.

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