As workplaces navigate the world of both remote working and returning to the office, we continue to hear concerns from diverse professionals about heightened bias, which highlights that the unique aspects of this crisis are amplifying the experiences of othering. There is an unprecedented need to focus on disrupting bias at this time — especially at the individual level since many of us have already noticed that we’re treating people differently because of physical distancing, fear of COVID-19 and more. So what can you do to interrupt the adverse impacts of this moment on how you’re interacting with people, particularly across cultural differences?
In this webinar, Ritu Bhasin, inclusion, authenticity and leadership expert, will offer essential strategies for bias interruption and behavioral change during this time of crisis, while exploring:
• The impact of fear and stress on the body and its connection to bias
• Must-dos to prevent othering during this difficult time
• Why working and leading in an embodied state is critical for bias interruption
• Important inclusion considerations for returning to working in-person