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MicroInequities: Managing Unconscious Bias
MicroInequities: Managing Unconscious Bias program reaches beyond conventional awareness and knowledge of unconscious. It provides the skills and tools to—“Make it Actionable”— actions that result in measurable culture and behavior change, fostering instantaneous improvement in the quality and productivity of daily interactions in the workplace.
The program provides specific actions and tools that can be immediately applied to mitigate Unconscious Bias in the workplace. It keys into MicroInequities which represent the tangible manifestations of our unconscious bias, enabling people to master the skills of sending, receiving and interpreting messages that drive behavior.

Three Session Takeaways:
1. Build the knowledge and skills to actively identify and manage the effects of unconscious bias in the workplace
2. Create motivation and incentive to change behavior and culture
3. Provide tangible, actionable skills and tools for immediate and measurable impact on performance

Apr 16, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Stephen Young
Senior Partner @Insight Education Systems
Stephen Young is Senior Partner of Insight Education Systems, a management consulting firm specializing in leadership and organizational development services. As a recognized leader in this field, Steve frequently consults with senior executives and management teams of numerous Fortune 500 companies. For more than a decade, Stephen has been a featured speaker at business conferences, worldwide. He is much sought after for his powerful and engaging presentation style. Stephen’s widely acclaimed seminar MicroInequities: Managing Unconscious Bias™ has been embraced by over 20% of the Fortune 500 across 35 countries globally and touted by corporate leaders as the new paradigm for effective management of Unconscious Bias. His top-selling book, Micromessaging: Why Great Leadership is Beyond Words, has become a McGraw-Hill Business Classic.