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Thu, May 18

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Webinar

Women at Work: Avoiding Unconscious Bias

Women continue to battle bias as they navigate their careers. Unconscious gender bias is defined as unintentional and instinctual mental associations based on gender norms, traditions, values, and culture.

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Women at Work: Avoiding Unconscious Bias
Women at Work: Avoiding Unconscious Bias

Time & Location

May 18, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Webinar

About the Event

Overview 

This training will provide an overview of the issues facing women in the workplace and what strategic actions employers can put into place to provide balance and equal opportunities.

Why you should Attend 

Women continue to battle bias as they navigate their careers. Unconscious gender bias is defined as unintentional and instinctual mental associations based on gender norms, traditions, values, and culture. While we have seen some improvement, women remain at a disadvantage due to company practices and structures that are favored, by men. Women still earn less, get promoted less frequently, and are underrepresented in the highest leadership positions.

 Areas Covered in the Session 

  • How to create processes and programs that don’t reflect stereotypical criteria
  • How to conduct a language analysis in job descriptions
  • The difference between agentic and communal language and behaviors
  • How to avoid gender bias in performance evaluations
  • What is gender-coded language and how it impacts all aspects of the organization

 Who Will Benefit 

  • HR Professionals
  • HR Executives
  • CEO’s
  • HR Business Partners
  • HR Directors
  • HR Generalists

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