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Unconscious Bias


What is unconscious bias and why is it important? Do register for our first workshop for the MĀIA NZ Women's Network in Singapore, and join the discussion on a this critical subject. Everyone can learn the value and importance of understanding automatic and unintentional learned stereotypes and how they can affect our behavior.


Wendy Baker

Chair


Whether they are quick and impulsive or more complex, we all make thousands of decisions every day. It is now widely accepted that unconscious bias affects our decision making process. Research also shows that it is not enough for us to know that we are biased, (it is unconscious after all). We also have to develop and apply strategies to mitigate the impact of this bias.


Furthermore, if we are on the receiving end of unconscious bias, it is important to know how to not let it distract us and affect our confidence.


In this interactive workshop we will look at:

  • The science behind the concept
  • How it affects us both personally and in our roles as leaders
  • How to minimise the impact of bias
  • How to be resilient in the face of bias


This is a workshop format event, ticket includes coffee & tea, assorted canapes, wine & beer during networking.


Limited spaces.

Jul 11, 2019

4 PM - 6 PM

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Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview
Havelock Road 382, Robertson Room
Singapore

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Speakers

  • Jean Balfour (Programme Director of Bailey Balfour)

    Jean Balfour

    Programme Director of Bailey Balfour

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