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WEBINAR: Unconscious Bias Training and Implications for Interculturalists

10 Oct 2019 6:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Dr. Neal Goodman, Founder/President, Global Dynamics

October 15, 2019 - 11 am-12:30 pm (ET)

From the corporate and educational to governmental and non-profit sectors, the case for unconscious bias training is gaining traction given the increase of workplace discrimination in the news. From high profile cases, such as Starbucks, to micro-inequities and micro-aggressions that occur on a daily basis across organizations, it is clear that, as interculturalists, we need to cultivate the knowledge and skills to address this growing problem and its impact on workplace inclusion. Join us for this highly interactive webinar, during which Dr. Goodman will present the case for unconscious bias training. We will also explore the impact of neuroscience in creating bias, the most common types of biases and their mitigation, and best practices for interculturalists to address unconscious bias in their work.

Registration = FREE for current, paid SIETAR USA members in good standing

Registration = $25.00 for nonmembers

Access to this webinar will be via the Zoom platform.

Click here to register: Unconscious Bias Training and Implications for Interculturalists

About the Presenter

Dr. Neal GoodmanDr. Neal Goodman, founder and president of Global Dynamics, is an internationally recognized authority in international human resource management and organizational development. He has spent a lifetime promoting intercultural understanding through research, writing, activism, academia. Over the years, Dr. Goodman has taught over 10,000 students and trained over 100,000 corporate leaders. He has served on the faculty of St. Peter’s University, where he retired as Professor Emeritus in 2004. Dr. Goodman has been a member of SIETAR since 1978 and was the recipient of the 1995 SIETAR Interculturalist Achievement Award for his lifetime contribution to the intercultural field.

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