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Implicit Bias Workshop/Boston Law Collaborative

  • 17 Nov 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • YW Boston, Hotel 140/Kuumba Library, 140 Clarendon Street, Boston, MA 02116

Are you curious to learn more about implicit bias, but perhaps reluctant to raise the topic with friends or colleagues? Could your workplace or community benefit from heightened awareness of the ways implicit bias affects our relationships and decision-making? This one-day interactive workshop will help participants have a deeper understanding of the implicit biases we all carry and specific strategies to manage them. In the morning, the facilitators will lead interactive presentations and exercises to raise awareness about where biases come from—essentially, a form of mental shortcut that we all engage in – as well as discussion of stereotypes each of us has encountered in the way we are viewed by others. In the afternoon, the workshop will focus on strategies for counteracting bias, with small-group discussions of each strategy and how they might be implemented in the workplace. 

Workshop faculty will include BLC founder David Hoffman, BLC Senior Mediator & Institute Executive Director Audrey Lee and BLC Affiliate Matt Thompson. To learn more about the program and faculty, click hereTo register, you may also send an email to Jenna Goodman at JGoodman@BostonLawCollaborative.com.

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