Speaker Presentation – Judeline Nicholas – Unconscious Bias – Turning meaningful conversations into action
March 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
ella forums is pleased to invite you to attend our Leadership Development Speaker Session as our guest on March 11th 2021 via Zoom from 10am to 11.30am. The meeting will be an opportunity to connect with our members and others in the sector, and to build relationships which, given the current requirement for social distancing, is more important now than ever before.
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Speaker: Judeline Nicholas
Judeline works with organisations to enrich opportunities to develop their people to be the best they can be. With over 30 years’ experience of supporting clients in public, private and charitable sectors, she provides consultancy and courses in the UK and US. Her passion and expertise is in equality, diversity, and inclusion matters: reviewing policy and working practices, designing, and facilitating learning programmes and drawing on her experience as a Lay Panel Member of Employment Tribunals.
Subject: Unconscious Bias – Turning meaningful conversations into action
2020 was a challenging year in terms of society, care and how we look after each other. The Black Lives Matter protests brought equality, diversity and inclusion matters more into focus. So, what happens when the rhetoric quietens down? This session offers an overview of how unconscious bias works and, by knowing the mechanism, we can be more aware and therefore in control of our behaviour. It has been said that by looking at unconscious bias it offers a ‘get out of jail free’ card. Here is an opportunity to consider how it can be a useful base to start conversations: some may be uncomfortable – all will make a difference.
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