Research indicates that decades of diversity training hasn’t triggered significant change in workforce dynamics or workplace inclusion. However, we have been learning and implementing new approaches that are inspiring change.
An effective program engages the people in your organization in an interactive and sustainable dialogue.
In this 60 minute webinar with Joelle Emerson (Founder & CEO of Paradigm) and Janine Yancey (President of Emtrain), you will learn how to create and manage your unconscious bias program with practical and applicable lessons learned from the field.
Janine and Joelle will share their strategies to build an effective program including:
Janine and Joelle will also be taking your questions in a live Q&A. This webinar qualifies for 60 minutes of continuing education for HRCI and/or MCLE (for CA attorneys)
This webinar will help you build an unconscious bias program that inspires behavioral change with a peer-driven approach. You'll learn how to engage and start a sustainable, ongoing dialogue about unconscious bias to increase diversity and foster inclusion in your workplace. You will also have an opportunity to ask questions and receive answers from our experts, Joelle Emerson and Janine Yancey.
This webinar has been certified for 1 hour of continuing education for HRCI and Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession (CA only). For attending, you will also receive free sharable video lessons, guides, and future tips to improve your workplace training and business culture.
As the Founder and CEO of Paradigm, Joelle partners with leaders of some of the world's most exciting and innovative companies to develop and execute effective diversity strategies. Joelle is an expert on diversity, inclusion, and unconscious bias, and has written on these subjects for USA Today, TechCrunch, and Cosmopolitan. Joelle's work has been featured in The New Yorker, Forbes, Marketplace, CNN Money, and several other outlets.
"Managing unconscious bias is key to building a more diverse, inclusive organization."