Recent neuroscience research shows that part of the reason why we still see a gender gap in leadership is due to the unconscious wiring of the brain. The subsequent subtle behavior that stems from unconscious bias can potentially exclude a certain group of people while giving a slight advantage to others. This results is an un-level playing field that creates work environments where one group is more dominant than the other.
As organizations begin to understand the importance of diversity training, one question still remains. How does one navigate bias in the face of persistent stereotypes and slow-changing cultures?
In this keynote, participants will have the opportunity to learn the basics as it relates to gender bias, and to gain an understanding of the impact on women and the larger organization. The workshop offers practical tools to decrease the potentially negative outcomes related to gender bias.
This training can be slightly modified for mixed audiences or for women only.
In this keynote, you will learn about:
- The latest neuroscience research on bias and how it impacts our behavior
- The 4 Types of Common Gender Bias
- The Impact of Bias on Women & Minority Groups
- Tools on how to build self-awareness and reduce subtle harmful behaviors to decrease negative impacts of bias
- Tools on navigating gender bias more effectively in the workplace
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Perfect for: Women at all levels in an organization or a mixed-gender audience who are committed to building inclusive organizations.