Unconscious Bias: Addressing the Gap in Yourself and Your Company

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The stats are staggering and while we have taken steps in the right direction, progress remains slow. Impacting real change will require a top down and bottom up approach. The most effective leaders navigate highly diverse teams, being aware of any unconscious bias – all with an eye toward equity and profitability. Using real-world examples from workplaces who are making strides, this interactive discussion will explore what leaders at all levels can do to contribute to the overall movement including:

– How to deal with unconscious bias in yourself and team members;
– How to measure, motivate and reward the best teams;
– What types of metrics optimize innovation; and
– What actionable steps you can take to immediately impact positive change for your team and organization

Thought Leader:

Dr. Claude Steele, social psychologist, professor, U.C. Berkeley, and author, Whistling Vivaldi and Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us


Caretha Coleman, board director, Dignity Health
Lesley Kim Grossblatt, COO and VP, product, theBoardlist
Tonya Long, senior director, program & operations, Akamai Technologies
Carin Taylor, associate director, diversity & inclusion, Genentech


Ann Barlow, board member, Watermark


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