|Focus Area||Diversity and inclusion|
|Who Is It For?||Professionals, volunteers and students|
|Key Outcomes||Increase your emotional intelligence|
|About||This interactive workshop unpacks implicit bias and highlights the impact it has on our decision making. Presented by Dr Reese (USA), participants will explore their own implicit biases through a series of interactive activities. This workshop is be geared towards understanding the impact of biases in the workplace and is suitable for anyone working in the human services sector.|
Dr. Reese is a clinical psychologist and Vice President for Institutional Equity at Duke University and Duke University Health System. His portfolio includes diversity/inclusion, affirmative action/equal opportunity, harassment/discrimination prevention and complaint handling. Dr. Reese also works within a health system comprised of three hospitals and outpatient clinics.
His areas of specialisation are implicit bias, race relations, diversity/ inclusion training and conflict resolution. With more than 45 years’ experience, he is a highly sought after national and international speaker, workshop facilitator and consultant to higher education, not-for-profit organisations, and the corporate environment. In 2016, the North Carolina Business Journal awarded him their Lifetime Diversity Achievement Award in recognition of almost 50 years of leadership on issues of race relations and diversity.
NOTE: An optional, additional learning pathway for this course is to also enrol in the Advanced Strategies to Manage Implicit Biases Workshop. The Advanced session continues after this Introductory session on the same day.
|Date||Tuesday 6 August 2019|
|Time||9.00am – 12.30pm|
|Venue||Relationships Australia South Australia, Hindmarsh Office|
49a Orsmond Street Hindmarsh
|Cost||Full Fee $90 / Concession $70|
|Course Flyer||Implicit Bias Workshops|
|More Courses||Full 2019 Course Guide|
“Dr Reese takes complex ideas and makes it applicable to everyone, both in everyday life and work scenarios.”