Inclusion and Belonging

Inclusion and Belonging

This 2 part in-person workshop will help participants learn more about what a community of inclusion and belonging looks like. The objective is to generate a collective understanding of inclusion and belonging, assess the organization/business for inclusion (using a rubric Usawa’s team created), and learn how to be more inclusive. Participants will leave the workshop with actionable ideas for improving inclusion at their organization or business.

Part 1 – Monday, May 6th (setting a foundation)

  • Generate a collective understanding of inclusion and belonging.
  • Understand some guiding principles of inclusion
  • What it means to be accountable

Part 2 – Monday, May 13th (assessing and planning for inclusion)

  • Assess inclusion within your organization/business (or community)
  • Become familiar with Usawa’s Inclusive Assessment Tool
  • Generate ideas for improving inclusion
  • Leave with some ideas and actions toward inclusion

What you get with this workshop:

  • An opportunity to connect with other businesses/organizations working toward inclusion and belonging.
  • Two or more facilitators to provide a highly interactive workshop.
  • A slide deck to prepare for the workshop, including definitions and links to additional resources.
  • Use and practice with Usawa Consulting’s Inclusive Assessment Tool (The tool is not to be sold or transferred to others outside of the workshop. This can inform your work and relationships within the community) This tool is a draft and will be subject to modification.
  • A Usawa Consulting Certificate of Completion.
  • Access to the Usawa Consulting if you have follow-up questions.




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Solidarity Rate
Un/underemployed, no wealth or savings, insecure housing, and limited expendable income.
Sustainability Rate
Employed, some savings and expendable income, secure housing, access to financial support if needed.
Movement Supporter Rate
Own or rent a quality home, substantial expendable income, adequate savings, access to wealth.

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