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In the book, Creating Belonging: A Practical Guide to Accelerate Belonging in Organizations and Communities, Justin Reinert describes a model where belonging sits at the intersection of authenticity and acceptance. In The Creating Belonging Podcast, host Justin Reinert will continue the conversation of creating belonging by discussing others' experiences when they've been at various levels of authenticity and acceptance in their communities. Our goal with this podcast will be to help others ...
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The Belonging Cø is a Church that loves God and loves people. We are passionate about seeing people encounter God through worship, and experience the freedom that comes through knowing Jesus. Whoever you are, and wherever you come from, you are welcome! This podcast is an archive of past messages. For more info, visit us online! The Belonging Cø is located in Nashville, TN USA.
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A fresh discussion that guides the listener to understand how their office microculture affects performance and burnout. Five unique office environments are discussed as well as tools for the listener to use to determine where they fit best and why. We also discuss how to assess microcultures during a job search. We read letters from our listeners and discuss current concepts in burnout, recover and self-care.
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Borders & Belonging

CERC Migration

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Migration is a complex phenomenon – for individuals, it is a personal journey that can result in struggle or triumph depending on life circumstances; and for countries, it can be an economic driver, or a source of social tension or even conflict. Host Maggie Perzyna, a researcher with the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration program at Toronto Metropolitan University, explores the complexity of migration with the help of leading academics and professionals working wi ...
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Welcome to Belonging, a podcast that explores being alive in the age of loneliness. Becca Piastrelli is your host and guide on a journey of courageous reconnection as we explore topics like rites of passage, cultivating meaningful community, seasonal and cyclical living, and what it means to be a good ancestor in these times. She has thought provoking conversations with friends, teachers, elders, and ancestral medicine keepers to help support you in bringing more meaning and connection to yo ...
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On Belonging

Grounded Futures

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On Belonging: an audio series to connect us, part conversation and part storytelling, hosts carla joy bergman and Jamie-Leigh Gonzales ask their guests to explore why so many of us are feeling called to find a deeper sense of belonging, whether with our ancestors or to the land where we live, and beyond. In the many landscapes across the world, each of us walk pathways that take us to the edges of possibility, finding belonging and collective thriving along the way. Support our Work: https:/ ...
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Empowered Belonging

Empowered Belonging

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Welcome to Empowered Belonging, a newsletter about how we can build societies which empower individuals to live fulfilling lives. For millennia, people have yearned for fulfillment. Not for wealth or acclaim, nor power or fame. Instead, they have yearned for far simpler things. I believe that fundamentally, people yearn simply to belong to a community of people that empowers them to go their own way in life. This is all, and it means something very important. Our desires are not insatiable; ...
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Uncovering Belonging

Pride At Work Canada

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Welcome to Uncovering Belonging, a podcast that explores the professional and personal stories of unique voices on what it means to belong and the journey to finding our authentic self. Lead by leaders in the inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility space, Jade Pichette (they/them) and Erin Davis (she/her) work to create a psychologically safe space for all their guests to share their own journey to finding a sense of belonging and help listeners along the way to also be who they are.
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Centered around accepting differences and understanding the world at large. Our stories include poetry and Wildling Features! Have a story-telling Wildling? Record them reading a story and we'll feature it in an episode! Series 1: Original Stories Series 2: Tales from the Public Domain Series 3: Mantras and Meditations
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What if instead of needing to be connected, we need to belong? This is a discussion on what it takes to make, know, build and belong to great community. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bridgestobelonging/support
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I'm Rebecca Lauderdale, and my mission with this podcast is to help Southerners of all types find belonging and community while remaining true to who they really are. I hope you'll join me as I explore what it means to belong, the challenges we face to belonging in the South, and how to build belonging matter who you are.Would you or someone you know like to talk about being a misfit in the South? Go to www.belonginginthesouth.com and fill out the guest nomination form at the top of the page ...
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Through our personal experiences and interviews with restaurant staff, we explore questions of authenticity and the role of food in the cultivation of belonging for Peruvian and Venezuelan diasporic communities in Chicago. Cover photograph by Stephanie Alejandra Ortega. Created by two UChicago students for our final project for “Migration Trajectories: Ethnographies of Place and the Production of Diasporas”.
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WHEREING: A Podcast about Belonging and Design

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WHEREING explores ‘where we are’. Like clothing, we are ‘WHEREING’ (wear-ing) our spaces. Hosted by architect/designer/professor Nina Freedman, these are mindful conversations about BELONGING, SPACE AND DESIGN. . Where Are You?...is a basic existential question. Where do you belong? . At WHEREING we talk with designers, artists, poets, healers, writers, educators...and regular wonderful everyday people who think about belonging ...perhaps YOU. We talk about our connections or disconnections ...
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Is there purpose in your pain? Have you ever thought your life is beyond repair or wondered if God could use your brokenness for good? We all tend to look and search for purpose in our pain and suffering. Depression, anxiety, hurting relationships, and unmet expectations can cause us to question God. In this study, Noe Garcia takes participants on a journey through Romans 8, which many scholars believe is the greatest chapter in the Bible. Noe shares his life story and experiences of abuse, ...
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My name is JC (Jean Claude) Brooks, and my mission is to give a voice to those who have ever felt like they didn’t fit under a certain category… those who might feel like they “don’t belong.” From growing up as a young Haitian boy to being adopted as a teenager into a Caucasian family in America, this is my story of becoming. I look forward to introducing you to people like me, people unlike me, and people who are still figuring it out. We will also explore how you can help children who are ...
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Have you recently moved to a new country but feel lost, misunderstood, or misplaced? Do you find yourself unable to fill the void in your heart - the longing for the things you left behind, and wonder how you could ever successfully rebuild your life and find contentment? Are you simply struggling to adjust, are tired of feeling sad, and desperate to find a supportive community to help you on your journey? If so, I want you to know that you are not alone! Hi I’m Diane V - Wife, Mom, Immigran ...
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Welcome to "Love Lead Build" the podcast that explores the impact of uninspiring workplaces and offers insights on how to break free from the shackles of unfulfilling jobs. In today's fast-paced world, it's all too common for individuals to find themselves trapped in work that lacks meaning and passion. Shockingly, a staggering eighty percent of people are unsatisfied with their jobs, leading to stress, health problems, and strained relationships. This epidemic of dissatisfaction is a tickin ...
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Have you ever walked into a room and felt like you didn't quite fit in? Imagine that sensation lingering, day in and day out, in your workplace. Geoffrey Roche from Siemens Healthineers joins us to unearth the complex layers of leadership and its profound effect on nurturing a sense of belonging at work. We traverse the landscape of workforce devel…
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In today’s episode, I am answering listener questions. Topics range from sharing my personal viewpoint on religion and spirituality, navigating different roles and jobs during my day and in my life and dive deep into circle-related questions too. Tune in to hear more from me on: The role religion and spirituality played during my upbringing and tod…
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In the Season 2 finale, host Maggie Perzyna asks her guests: What does it mean to live without a nationality? This episode of Borders & Belonging will dive into the complexities behind statelessness, its causes and social realities, and the far-reaching effects it has on individuals and communities. Guests: Rintu Borah, PhD candidate at the Indian …
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Join us this week for a special edition of Burnout to Belonging for Managers! Laurie Scofield, CPA, Corporate and International Non-Profit Auditor, breast cancer survivor and now tireless advocate for women's health, chronicles her journey through the epicenter of the Manhattan business world during tumultuous decades of high finance. The office mi…
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Hello, and welcome to the first official episode of Season 5! This one's an instrumental song that had lyrics, but now does not, which we will mention many times. The lyrics are gone and we don't remember them, hence, the instrumental song you will hear. Visit our website! www.belongingsongs.com - Songs - Merch - Contact Send us a message: bs@belon…
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This is probably one of the most challenging times in the career of a manager. Join Kim and Jim as they discuss the changes in values and beliefs that inevitably occur when internal conflict arises between personal ethics and beliefs and those of the employer. This is a significant contributor to stress and burnout, and the 5 microcultures can help…
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Have you ever found yourself trying to fit a square peg into a round hole, particularly in the workplace? Tami Chapek, an executive leadership coach and the founder of We Inspire We, joins me to unravel the complexities of staying true to oneself amid the pressures of conformity, especially as a woman in the cutthroat marketing and advertising indu…
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In today’s episode, I am joined by my friend Amelia Hruby. Amelia is a feminist author, educator, podcaster and founder of Softer Sounds podcast studio (who used to edit this podcast too!). I brought her onto the podcast today specifically because of her amazing podcast ‘Off the Grid’, which is a podcast for small business owners who want to leave …
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Did you know that the Middle East holds the world's highest ratio of migrants to its national population? From historical ties to the oil economy to the burgeoning knowledge-based economies of today, host Maggie Perzyna explores how evolving economic landscapes in the Gulf are reshaping migration dynamics. Guests: Deepak Unnikrishnan, Assistant Pro…
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When I stepped into the vibrant world of an NGLCC conference, I didn't just find opportunities—I discovered a family. This episode brings you the voice of Justin Nelson, co-founder and president of the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce. We journey through the organization's history, its transformative rebranding, and the ways it propels the economi…
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We're back! Welcome to the Season 5 kick-off of Belonging Songs (better late than never)! We're glad to be returning for another year, and can't wait to play you our new songs. In this episode we reveal our new Season 5 theme song. Enjoy! Visit our website! www.belongingsongs.com - Songs - Merch - Contact Send us a message: bs@belongingsongs.com Ch…
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It takes a deep initiation of need for care to get you to shed the layers of hyper individualism and show up as the village. In today’s episode, I get fired up about why the ones who are showing up and arriving on the doorstep with the soup are often the caregivers with a limited capacity themselves. I talk about my own journey with asking for and …
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Land is a critical component of Pacific Island societies, and the impact of climate change on these populations is a growing global concern. Host Maggie Perzyna, along with esteemed guest researchers and a community consultant from one of the world's lowest lying countries, seeks to understand the regional implications of climate change and the rol…
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As we grapple with the intricacies of forging genuinely inclusive spaces, Nancy Lyons, a tech innovator and staunch advocate for workplace diversity, lends her voice to our latest conversation. With Nancy at the helm of Clockwork and Tempo, her journey as a queer woman carving out a progressive company culture is both inspiring and instructive. Her…
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In today’s episode, I am joined by my dear friend Ginny Muir to talk about the longing for deep intimacy, the importance of healing in relationships, navigating rupture and repair in community and circle specifically. Ginny is an incredible spaceholder, medicine woman, witch, tantrika and so much more. Specifically, she has an incredible way of sup…
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Itzel Eguiluz speaks with Alejandra Díaz de León about how the journey of Central American migrants walking north, through Mexico, is about much more than just having practical strategies to survive the journey. Solidarity, trust and social bonds that are formed along the way, can also be valuable elements of the experience. We hear about what Alej…
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A year ago, I almost completely gave up on my work. Emerging from the early years of motherhood and feeling my creative spark again, I felt motivated to get back into the deeper aspects of my sacred work. So, in a flash of creative impulse, I announced a new program to the world in the place we announce things these days: on Instagram. It was recei…
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Have you ever found yourself donning a mask just to blend in with the crowd, suppressing your true self for the sake of acceptance? Our latest episode invites you into the world of Alex Draper, CEO and founder of DX, who shares his transformative voyage from an English village to the bustling streets of Chicago. Alex's tale is not just about geogra…
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Are you someone who after moving to a new country, feels lost, misunderstood, or misplaced? Do you find yourself unable to fill the void in your heart - the longing for the things you left behind, and wonder how you could ever successfully rebuild your life and find contentment? Are you simply struggling to adjust, are tired of feeling sad, and des…
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In today’s episode, I am joined by Becca Rich - a trauma-sensitive, certified holistic coach with a background in engineering and mindfulness, who teaches Holistic Time Management. In today’s episode, she shares with us her wisdom on the meaning of time, the role of control, how we can honor the cyclical nature of our bodies within our digital cale…
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Despite its historical reputation for social, political, and legal closure and a certain reluctance towards admitting immigrants, Japan is taking steps towards a more inclusive national immigration policy. In this episode, host Maggie Perzyna and her guests explore the evolving role of Japan as a migration state, shedding light on innovative polici…
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Have you ever stepped into a room and felt like you didn't quite belong? Tre Cabrera, founder of Cabrera Advisory Group LLC, knows that sensation all too well, and she's devoted her career to transforming it. In our latest episode, we peel back the layers of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) with Tre, a black woman who has carved h…
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A lot has occurred for me in 2023 - as I think is true for every year, but perhaps this time around it is a little more visible and this is probably why I received the beautiful question of the lessons I’ve learned this past year. So, I am using the reflective energy of the outer and inner season of Winter I’m currently finding myself in and sharin…
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In today’s episode, our guest, Hillarie Maddox, interviews me (Becca) to get some personal updates on the journey of rewilding and all that unfolds when we take the steps that brought us from the dream to buying and living on our land. I open up to vulnerably reveal some of the grief, the questioning and the spiral of regret that happened when we i…
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While the Arctic has been home to Indigenous peoples for millennia, settlers in the past few centuries have been drawn to the region's remote wilderness, majestic landscapes and ample resources. More recently, global market forces and climate change are shaping migration to the Arctic in new and complex ways. Guests: Malini Sengupta, coordinator at…
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Two moss loving friends talk about being moms who make art with community as a way to cultivate connections in a world that aims to divide us. carla and Jamie-Leigh also dive into feeling-thinking together about what each discovered in themselves while making On Belonging— ending with an invitation to you, the listener, to reflect on what it means …
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Patrick Pouponneau joins Jamie-Leigh in conversation to explore ideas around place-based belonging within diasporic identity, carrying our ancestors with us as a tool for healing, and how being Black in really White places can hinder the process. A conversation which ultimately inspired Patrick to write a powerful poem to further explore his own co…
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In this story, rowan ewanyshyn reads a timeline bending narration that blurs the lines of life and death to bring us closer to ancestors known and unknown. Painting vivid scenes of memories, visions, and dreams, we explore rowan’s own turbulent path towards healing ancestral pain woven with threads of softening masculinity, embracing grief, and ult…
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Elia, who grew up in Lebanon, takes us on a profound journey across lands, cultures, and into liminality— both the in-between and the periphery— where he feels belonging has the potential to be more generative. Through the lens of radical histories and cultural studies, Elia discusses a myriad of topics and ideas, such as: languages, autism, social…
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Did you ever ask yourself, "How Did Things Get So Bad?" You've come to the right place ass Kim and Jim talk about managing burnout in yourself and others. While it's not usually possible to quit and run from a situation that seems hopeless, we take on the topic of managing your work environment and discuss useful strategies to help you cope. With a…
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The dynamic of burnout between managers and employees can sometimes be hard to identify. Listen in as Kim and Jim talk about recognizing burnout versus other performance issues in your staff, and in yourself. Not feeling so good about the direction your work and coworkers are taking? We can help! www.healthyhivepub.com…
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