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106 - 3667 Strawberry Hill Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia B3k 5A8

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Now that you and your team members have completed diversity and inclusion training, what else is there to learn about how we treat those who are different in the workplace?

Research has shown that people feel most comfortable with those who look like them, are from the same cultural background and share their values, even though they like to think they are open-minded.

Unconscious perceptions of others govern how we make decisions daily. These can potentially influence our attitudes and behaviour in our personal and professional lives.

What to expect from this workshop

  • Examine Unconscious Bias
  • Explore how Unconscious Bias influences daily decision making.
  • Analyze how Unconscious Bias affects decision making in recruitment retention and promotion in the workplace.

Who should attend:

This three hours workshop is interactive and engaging for participants. The workshop is designed for teachers, managers, human resource consultants, and anyone who wishes to further their knowledge in building an inclusive work environment where everyone feels valued and recognized for their authentic self.

The workshop will benefit people in the workplace, educational institutions and decision makers.

(Group rates are available)

This training is highly sought after and is delivered by subject matter expert Ann Divine, CEO, Ashanti Leadership and Professional Development Services.

Address Mailing: 103 -287 Lacewood Drive, Suite 181, Halifax, B3M 3Y7

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106 - 3667 Strawberry Hill Street

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