Apr 12 - 14, 2021 9:30am–12:30pm
This full day equivalent (7 hour) program is designed for both employees and supervisors
Janelle Tarasewicz, Principal Consultant | Aperture EQ
This virtual course is a two-part "live" and interactive class on two separate days (April 12 & April 14, 2021).
Implicit biases are the attitudes and stereotypes that hang out in the depths of our minds. As professionals, we strive to remain objective as we interact with our communities and teams on a daily basis. However, science tells us that everyone is subject to these fallacies. Implicit bias directly impacts our decisions as we hire, promote, negotiate, and manage our employees, and impacts our perceptions as we work with and navigate our communities. There are many underlying factors that contribute to these unconscious processes in our minds. By unpacking the science behind these theories, we can better understand how implicit biases operate and what steps we can take to mitigate their impact.
This course will have two "live" online classes that meet from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. In addition, participants will be asked to complete a homework assignment in between class sessions that will take less than one hour to complete.
Course is interactive and includes group discussions. It is strongly recommended that participants connect using a device with a microphone and camera capabilities for optimal participation.
Registration covers both dates and commits attendee to both sessions. Attendance to both sessions is required. No modifications.
Participants must register in advance in order to participate. Seats are limited to 26 registrants
Registration required two business days prior to training date.
Cancellation is required prior to the webinar. Registrants failing to cancel will be invoiced for a $100 No-Show fee.