UWO Now: UWO alumna helps businesses develop sense of belonging in the workplace – UW Oshkosh Today University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

On the latest episode of the UWO Now podcast, host Wendell Ray talks with UW Oshkosh alumna and leadership coach Katie (Sasse) Rasoul ’05, who explains how she helps businesses leaders develop a sense of belonging for their employees.

Rasoul, who earned UWO degrees in finance and in French, said she always gravitated to human resources (HR) roles. She worked for Target Corporation for nine years, in HR leadership and managing a couple of stores, before starting her own consulting company, Team Awesome.

“I believe we go to work in search of belonging. That’s important for organizations to understand,” she said. “Why would we not see that as an opportunity?”

UWO Now, a biweekly radio show and podcast, highlights University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty, staff, students and alumni as they dig deep into today’s relevant issues from fighting food insecurity to sustainability at home and on campus, to the ways we use our phones can hurt our ability to connect with others.

UWO Now is available on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon and YouTube. Episodes also air at 5:30 p.m. Friday on 90.3 WRST-FM.

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