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You Belong Here by Kim Dabbs
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Mar 05, 2024 | ISBN 9781523005895

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“Insightful, deep, profound. You Belong Here taught me how to build a culture of belonging with people, rather than for people. As the CEO of a large humanitarian organization working across 20 countries, this book offered invaluable guidance about how to build a stronger, more inclusive culture.”
—Jocelyn Wyatt, CEO, Alight
You Belong Here is required reading for any leader who wants to foster a culture of belonging; and that should be everyone with the privilege to lead an organization or team. Kim Dabbs’ powerful exploration is as poignant and personal as it is practical and actionable. I came away with a deeper understanding of what it means to build a culture of belonging—and better equipped to do just that. Dabbs has made a very meaningful contribution to this field, and her readers—and our world—will be the better for it.”
—Greg Behrman, founder and CEO, NationSwell
“Kim has captured the essence of a collective struggle of the outsider experience and turned it into an actionable framework for everyone to learn to lead with empathy and kindness. This is a book for anyone looking to create impact and for the changemakers of the world. We belong here.”
—Lani Tao, Senior Regional Inclusion and Diversity Manager, Kering
“The more our world became connected the more people have felt reattached. Belonging is the script for attachment.”
—James P. Hackett, retired President & CEO, Ford Motor Co.
“This book is a gift. A leading perspective on acceptance and empowerment for culture pioneers grappling with the labels of their generation.”
—Gaia Borgias, Strategic Engagement Manager, Teague

“This book is a truth-filled, powerful reminder that we all have work to do to seek and embrace our own belonging, especially if we hope to support and build up belonging of others in our teams and communities.”
—Dr. Susie Wise, author of Design for Belonging and founder of the Stanford K12 Lab

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