Implicit Bias

FREE 90-MINUTE VIRTUAL TRAINING SEMINARTHE DIVERSE WORKFORCE SERIES

Implicit Bias
Wednesday, February 26 at 11 AM EST

Eligible for 0.15 CEU or 1.5 credit hours

Implicit Bias

$0.00

Implicit Bias
Wednesday, February 26 at 11 AM EST

In this dynamic program, your employees will develop their own awareness of and sensitivity to the wide variety of people that surround them every day. A crucial aspect of the success of this program will be the understanding that diversity goes beyond the superficial and biases can be both explicit and implicit. Your staff will uncover unconscious bias and become aware of their own personal barriers to communicate and interact effectively with co-workers whose background, culture or personality may be different than their own. The result is a more harmonious and enjoyable work environment for all.

In this FREE 60-minute virtual training seminar, you will:

  • Learn why traditional definitions of diversity may not prepare us for today’s workplace
  • Understand the importance of an inclusive workforce
  • Develop listening skills  by understanding the message in a diverse environment
  • Learn to acknowledge the value of perspective in the decision-making process.
  • Maintain a safe workplace by appropriately responding to bias.

 


Meet Your Trainer: Delvon Survine

Before becoming a trainer and speaker for Elevate USA, Delvon enjoyed a distinguished career as a Master Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps where he was a Team Leader, Instructor in multiple disciplines, and Equal Opportunity Advisor, Counselor and Investigator. He is a service-disabled minority business owner who specializes in helping veterans transition into the civilian workforce. His strong leadership skills and experience with command have provided him with innumerable teachable situations and personal anecdotes used to convey different learning objectives to training participants. Delvon translates military leadership lessons to the civilian sector. He has a B.S. in HR Management from Ashworth University.