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Unconscious biases: we all have them. They are automatic and efficient mental shortcuts and associations. However, can have a huge impact on talent management and leadership development within organisations.  

In the business world, unconscious bias is now widely seen as a key barrier to creating a more diverse, inclusive and innovative workplace. Therefore, awareness of bias and how to interrupt it needs to be a high priority with companies and leaders who take inclusion and talent management seriously.

Join us for an interactive roundtable discussion to hear about tools and strategies for individuals, leaders and organizations who want to reduce unconscious bias and build a more inclusive culture. Key questions that we will be exploring include:

  • How can we ensure that we don't miss opportunities due to unintentional stereotyping?

  • How can we move from awareness of unconscious bias to implementing and maintaining behavior change?

  • What are the inclusive leadership skills that can be used to combat unconscious bias?

  • What can organizations do to ensure that leaders are committed to identifying and challenging bias in themselves and others? 

Catalyst Speakers

Allyson Zimmermann Executive Director Catalyst Europe

Sandra Ondraschek-Norris Director Catalyst Europe

Catherine Mesot Senior Associate Catalyst Europe

This roundtable is complimentary for Catalyst members but space is limited – early registration is highly recommended.
 
We would like to thank our hosts at Zurich Insurance Company for their generous support.

3 Reader Comments

thinkjo says:
8/10/2015 09:34:03

Hi there,

I tried several time to register to the event - unfortunately without success so far. The link seems no to be working.

thanks, Jérôme


JOhm says:
8/10/2015 01:14:59

Hi Jerome: Thank you for pointing that out, and we apologize for the inconvenience. The link is working now.

Joy Ohm, Editor-in-Chief, Catalyst


MLawson says:
10/21/2015 01:00:08

Will this be offered again in the US? in NYC?


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