The course illustrates the neurological processes behind trust-building, especially among those of varying backgrounds. Bias is further examined as it relates to cognition and our interaction with external clients and stakeholders. With an in-depth study of majority privilege, this course equips organizations with the tools to understand and manage bias in internal practices and external relationships.
- Understand brain science at work in creating and perpetuating bias and stereotypes
- Provides actionable steps toward breaking down bias and majority privilege within organizations to impact better external client outcomes
- Builds strategy around intentional team building, problem solving, and authentic inclusive behavior
- Investigate the power of networks and provide practical tools to fight unconscious bias within personal and professional arenas
Leadership Level: Emerging Leader (Early-career, 0 – 4 years serving in the nonprofit sector)
|Member $50 / Nonmember $100||$ 100.00|
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