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GLOBAL VOICES

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Leaders sharing their stories on how to belong.

Global Voices is a non-profit project that offers various real-life stories and columns on belongingness. The mission of this project is to share stories of real people overcoming pressure and personal issues finding their voice and their platform to fulfil their potential as leaders.

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Thoughts on belongingness

Belongingness: what it is and why it matters at Templafy

Words matter. Our head of People+ (what we call our HR department) knows this better than most. Anne-Marie Finch is known for going beyond policies and ideals; she actively influences our unique culture to ensure people’s happiness in the workplace, and she does this right down to the linguistic level. We are not human resources; we are people.

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Episode 4 – Nada Elkady about strength through struggle

Possibility is at the core of what drives leadership coach and former marketing executive Nada Elkady from New York City. Nada has managed to continually empower herself to rise above hardship and break through levels of growth — supporting, influencing and empowering others along the…

Podcast: Tales of belongingness

Listen to global leaders, sharing their stories on overcoming obstacles, finding their place to belong in the world, making them fulfil their potential as humans and leaders.

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Thoughts on belongingness

Belongingness is the human emotional need to be an accepted member of a group. Read Anne-Marie Finch’ blog entries and thoughts on how to make people belong, creating the competent, human leaders of tomorrow.

Thoughts on belongingness

Belongingness: what it is and why it matters at Templafy

Words matter. Our head of People+ (what we call our HR department) knows this better than most. Anne-Marie Finch is known for going beyond policies and ideals; she actively influences our unique culture to ensure people’s happiness in the workplace, and she does this right down to the linguistic level. We are not human resources; we are people.