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Recognizing and Disrupting Unconscious Bias
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/22/2020
When: October 22
11:45am - 1p,


Online registration is available until: 10/19/2020
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Organizational and individual success is tied with interpersonal success, and inequities, however micro, have a lasting effect on that success. By addressing unconscious bias, organizations and individuals can raise above to unlock their full potential and achieve success.

Unconscious bias leads to stereotyping and the “ism’s” in our society and workplaces. These can manifest in individual and organizational interactions, impacting recruiting, retention & talent development, work assignments & teamwork, and sales/client interactions. As HR Leaders, how can we build steps to recognize and mitigate unconscious? This workshop will focus on the impact of unconscious bias and how to plan & take action to address it.

You will leave the workshop with:

  • Understanding the concepts of unconscious bias and its relationship to stereotyping, micro-inequities and “the isms”
  • Recognizing the impact that unconscious bias and its relatives has on personal interactions and on organizational dynamics
  • Tools and processes for addressing and mitigating unconscious bias in personal life as well as within our organizations
  • Helpful ideas and next steps for taking action

 

Speaker:

Stan C. Kimer is the founder and president of Total Engagement Consulting, as well as a National Diversity Council consultant and trainer. His areas of expertise include employee development, career mapping, workplace diversity (deep specialization in LGBT – Lesbian, Gay, Transgender), organizational effectiveness, and leadership development. Stan formed his own consultancy around these areas in 2010 following a 31-year diverse and multi-functional career at IBM as their Director of Global Sales Operations.

During his time on IBM’s Global Corporate Diversity staff, Stan led IBM into industry leadership in LGBT Diversity and established IBM’s procedures for supporting transgender employees and assisting with case management of employees undergoing gender transition while in the workplace. He received his MBA from the University of Chicago and his BS in Management Science from Georgia Tech.

Since forming his own consulting practice, Stan has trained or spoken in over 75 venues reaching over 5,000 professionals across industries. He currently serves on the National Diversity Council’s DiversityFIRST Certification Program and has designed & facilitates their ERG Academy and Unconscious Bias training programs. In his spare time, Stan trains as a competitive adult figure skater.