The Illusion of Inclusion with Dr. Helen Turnbull
August 31, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
What does it take to create an inclusive environment in your workplace? Dr. Turnbull, a world-recognized thought leader in global inclusion and diversity, is passionate about helping us to look at how to identify obstacles such as Affinity Bias, Assimilation and Confirmation bias, to ensure that all voices are heard and embed an inclusive workplace culture. She has helped her clients develop award-winning diversity strategies that have changed the experience of their workplaces. Meet Helen Turnbull in a conversation with Host Kate Ebner. They will explore how to instill valuable new behaviors into the fabric of your organization’s culture – and how to become aware of blind spots that may be having unintended negative effects and impacting the quality of your day to day decision making. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about how to move far beyond unconscious bias to establish a workplace that is inclusive and welcoming to all.
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