3 simple exercises leaders can use to design for belonging

3 simple exercises leaders can use to design for belonging

May 24, 2022 by Fortune

Key Facts

  • In a Tuesday morning breakfast session at Fortune’s Brainstorm Design conference, Susie Wise, adjunct professor at Stanford University’s d.school and author of the book Design for Belonging, led attendees through a series of exercises that allow people to identify moments of low or high belonging and opportunities to improve every person’s experience as part of an organization.
  • Rudd implored attendees to close their eyes and “take yourself to a place where you felt like you belonged… the people there, and the space, made you feel like you could be you,” and where in your body you felt that belonging.
  • “This is a starting point for thinking about what are the key moments to design for to be supportive of belonging,” Wise said.
  • “Who are you beyond what you do for your customer?” Wise quoted UC Berkeley professor john powell’s definition of belonging: “having a meaningful voice and the opportunity to participate in the design of social and cultural structures.

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