Facilitator: Kavita Sawh
Research demonstrates that 90% of the time, our decision-making occurs subconsciously. This means that our brain is forming perceptions and making decisions based on our beliefs, learned knowledge, and lived experiences. Unless we make a conscious choice to explore our decision-making process, our conclusions will often include biases and limit our ability to think outside of the box, consider alternative solutions, work collaboratively with diverse populations, and treat people equitably. This workshop provides participants an opportunity to understand the origins of implicit bias and learn strategies to best address it.
1) Participants will learn the meaning and origins of implicit bias
2) Participants will have an opportunity to explore how implicit bias shows up in their work
3) Participants will learn strategies to address implicit bias
Framework Category: Diversity Leadership Cultural Competencies: C1, C4, C7, A5, S5
Please note: Pre-registration is REQUIRED by no later than three days prior to the start of the workshop.
|February 23, 2023, 2 p.m.||Barbara Ying Center: 140|
|March 23, 2023, 2:30 p.m.||Barbara Ying Center: 140|