A definition: Also known as implicit social cognition, implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner.
Are you looking to harness the full potential of your team? To onboard and work with diverse candidates? To ensure inclusion and diversity in your policies and practices? To build a corporate culture ready for the next generation of employees and partners?
Start with learning to spot and solve for implicit bias. We all have it, what can we do about it?
Managing for diversity and creating inclusive cultures are necessities for impact and effectiveness and for unleashing the diversity dividend for your bottom line.
AR Strategy offers scalable workshops and interactive presentations on the impacts of implicit bias and solving for it. Principal, Amy Robichaud, focuses on understanding Implicit Bias and Managing for Diversity as important leadership competencies. Sessions are interactive and promise to be engaging, informative, and thought provoking.
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A Sample of past engagements:
- The Diversity Dividend: What Happens When we Solve for the Impacts of Implicit Bias for Clir, 2018
- Finding the Salt in the Water: The Impacts of Implicit Bias and Solving for it at Summer Caucus Retreat, Liberal Party of Canada, 2017
- Managing Diversity of the Win at Liberal Party of Canada in BC Campaign Colleges in Coquitlam and Nanaimo, April & June 2017
- What Now?: Reflections from the Other Side of Falling Apart” at Young Women in Business, August 2017
- Gender Based Analysis + and Implicit Bias for the Canada School of Public Service, November 2016
- Civic Leadership & Citizenship at the 2011 & 2012 National 4H Citizenship Conferences
- Inter-generational leadership at 2010 Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service of Canada Symposium
- Keynote at Equal Voice’s 2009 general meeting