Effective Management of Implicit Bias

Effective Management of Implicit Bias

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$25 – $35

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IDEA seminar featuring Sally Jue, MSW

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This virtual interactive 90-minute workshop will explain the purpose and mechanics of unconscious bias and its often unintentional impact on our perception of and behavior with others. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the subtle manifestations of implicit bias, increase awareness of what triggers their biases, manage their initial reactions, and then decide how best to respond in a way that preserves one’s integrity and relationships.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the function and mechanics of implicit bias
  • Identify subtle behaviors that may be indicators of implicit bias
  • Describe strategies for self-management and intervention tools enable more equitable and informed decision-making

Sally Jue, MSW

As a coach, facilitator, and trainer for over twenty-five years, Sally has worked with managers and senior leaders from a variety of industries (tech, healthcare, manufacturing, utilities, pharmaceutical, financial, consumer products and hospitality) and with nonprofit and government funded organizations’ leaders, service providers and volunteers. A key focus of her work is facilitating the alignment of her clients’ personal and workplace values, goals and behaviors and assisting organizations in strategically meeting the needs of the increasingly diverse markets and communities they serve. She is nationally known for creating engaging learning sessions and discussions that foster deeper reflection and meaningful dialogue to mitigate implicit bias, create more inclusive work environments, promote social equity and enhance collaborative partnerships.

Prior to becoming a consultant and at the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, Sally was the seventh employee at AIDS Project Los Angeles and after nearly ten years there, participated in the organization’s growth to 120 employees and over 200 volunteers. During her tenure she started and ran one of the first mental health programs for people living with AIDS, managed multiple volunteer programs and engaged in community organizing and policy advocacy activities to provide greater access to care and services for people living with AIDS. She was also a diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) consultant/trainer for Sodexo, an executive coach at KornFerry, and has publications on cross cultural counseling and cultural considerations in ethical decision-making.

Sally is currently a consultant with Cook Ross, a Senior Associate with the Aspire Group, and a faculty member for the Southern California Leadership Network.

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