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When “Good People” Make Biased Decisions: Recognizing How Implicit Bias Shows Up in Everyday Workplace Decision-Making

In an effort to help make their organizations more inclusive, many organizations continue to offer implicit bias training. While well-intentioned, these sessions typically fail to identify and explore the ways implicit bias shows up in everyday workplace conversations and decision-making norms.

In this session, we’ll explore how power dynamics specific to the workplace can make it difficult to recognize how “the way we do things around here” is preventing more inclusive decision-making – and necessary change in organizational practices, policies and priorities.


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May 20, 2021
11:00 AM


KU Edwards Campus



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