Conference Call: Is Unconscious Bias Training Right for Your Workplace?

Unconscious bias training has become a popular approach to diversity and inclusion education. But debate continues as to how effective it truly is.

So what’s the deal? We’ll hear from behavioral scientist and D&I consultant Dr Lily Jampol on:

  • The benefits of unconscious bias training and under what circumstances it can be successful
  • The difficulties of unconscious bias training, and how much we know about when or why it doesn’t work
  • What companies should think about/ask when they’re considering unconscious bias training

Details

Date: 25 July 2018
Time: 2:00-2:45pm EST / 11:00-11:45am PST
Format: Conference call (details will be sent in the lead up to the call)

Brought to you by The Dot, a branch of Women 2.0 that focuses on creating balanced workplaces and a healthier tech industry of the future.

About our Expert:

Dr Lily Jampol helps forward-thinking organizations create more welcoming workplaces and improve employee well-being through evidence-based diversity, equity, and inclusion insights and strategy. Formerly a professor at Queen Mary, University of London Business School, Jampol has a deep background in behavioral science, and many years of experience teaching and researching unconscious biases in the workplace.

Her work has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the UK Royal Society and has been discussed in the New York Times, Time, Buzzfeed, and the BBC. She has facilitated discussions and conducted training sessions around diversity and inclusion at companies such as Google, Airbnb, Unilever, Gerson Lehrman Group & others.

Jampol holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from Cornell University and a BA in Political Science from Mount Holyoke College.

Brought to you by The Dot, a branch of Women 2.0 that focuses on creating balanced workplaces and a healthier tech industry of the future.

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