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Unbias™: Moving Beyond Talk
Inclusion & Belonging Stacey A. Gordon Oct 08, 2020
We’ve defined the concepts—we’ve talked about what diversity is, what inclusion is, and how the concepts relate to the workplace. We’ve told everyone why diversity matters, why inclusion matters, and explained with charts, graphs, and statistics about return on investment and the business case for inclusion. But we are beyond talk and data. It’s time for action. If you’ve found yourself asking “how?," this session is for you. Stacey Gordon will cover how to handle the uncomfortable conversations your employees want you to have, how to authentically discuss race when you’ve never had to do it previously, and steps you can take to be seen as more inclusive, as well as actually be more inclusive.
Presenter Stacey A. Gordon
About Stacey A. Gordon
Leading at the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and workplace culture, in her role as Executive Advisor and Workplace Culture Consultant at Rework Work, Stacey Gordon coaches and counsels executive leaders on DEI strategies for the business. She has worked with people managers and executive leaders from companies such as American Express, ADP, Kia Motors, Hewlett Packard, Walmart, GE and many others to deliver education, coaching and consulting sessions that support their D&I efforts. As a globally recognized keynote speaker, leadership consultant and DEI strategist, Stacey has provided subject matter expertise to Harvard Business Review, SHRM, Fast Company, Skillsoft, Forbes, NPR Radio, BBC Radio, and the Association for Talent Development. Stacey’s book, UNBIAS: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work debuted at #1 on Amazon’s Hot New Release list, her unconscious bias course on the LinkedIn learning platform was the #1 most watched course of 2021 and has been translated into several languages. Her audience includes more than 2 million unique learners and Stacey has been recognized as a passionate supporter of DEI by Forbes, Pepperdine University and LinkedIn. She earned her MBA from Pepperdine University Business School and her SHRM-SCP certification, as well as the SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Credential.
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