Let's talk: Unconscious Bias and Unintentional Racism
You’re invited to a complimentary CABIP professional development interactive training session on November 30th at 12:00pm EST. Join us as we talk about Unconscious Bias and Unintentional Racism.
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As organizations and industries continue to focus on the growing awareness of equity, inclusivity, and human rights, it is no longer an option to ignore the impact of systemic racism on an organization and on an industries brand. This 2-hour interactive training employs reflective conversations about equity and inclusion, and potential solutions and strategies to enhance capacity and build awareness.
This training highlights the importance of collective accountability and the intentionality required to understand the impact of systemic racism in the workspace environment and within the industry. Participants will be engaged in a conversation that will demonstrate the importance of inclusivity and equity as a business and industry strategy and a requirement of doing business in the world today.
Increase the knowledge of systemic, interpersonal, and unintentional racism and build awareness as to the impact of such behaviours and actions in the workspace and within the Insurance industry. Define and explore the intersectionality between unintentional racism and unintentional unconscious bias. Hold space for opportunities to share experience and explore tangible, strategies, actions, and solutions to inclusivity and equity within the workspace, work culture and the industry.
Interactive Training Agenda
Understanding the fundamentals of Unconscious Bias and Racism and the accountability for actions that lead to discrimination and harassment within the industry and within organizational leadership.
- Unconscious Bias & Unintentional Racism.
- Conscious and Explicit Bias and Racism
- Implicit Power and Structures
- Interaction Tools & Tips
- Follow Up & Take Away Questions
All participants are required to complete an Implicit Association Test (IAT) on following link https://implicit.harvard.edu/