I see you. You matter  

How making people feel seen, heard and valued is good for business.

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Many companies focus on diversity, neglect inclusion and completely ignore belonging.

“Simply having people from diverse groups in your company may check off a box, but it isn’t meaningful,” Kim Clark told the crowd at Ragan’s internal communications conference at Facebook.

She quoted author and speaker Verna Myers: “Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.” To which Clark added, “Belonging is being part of the congo line.”

Kim Clark wants you to ask yourself if you “feel the love” the next time you walk into your office.

Clark’s experience as a documentary filmmaker, mom to a special needs child, and her life as part of the LGBTQ+ community, inform her work and life.

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