Kelly’s programs can be presented via keynotes, breakout/training sessions, webinars, on-site group training, one-to-one coaching or consulting
Disrupt Unconscious Bias
Every second our brains receive millions of bits of information. But we can only consciously process about 40 of those bits. Those other bits result in people making decisions based on learned stereotypes, our background, environment and personal experiences. You might know this as “Unconscious Bias.” While everyone has it, there is a price to be paid for unconscious bias if it is not controlled or corrected.
Our unconscious thoughts impact our organizations every day in ways we probably don’t even realize. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
We have the power to discover and leverage the true value of those around us and to help others do the same. But it takes more than good intentions. It takes action.
- Define conscious versus unconscious bias
- Identify areas where unconscious bias affects judgment
- Analyze the costs of unconscious bias
- Develop practical strategies to disrupt unconscious bias
Bystander Intervention: Stand up, speak up,
We are living in a time where daily we make decisions about whether to act upon our morals and values or surrender them based on fear, bias, indifference, or some other factor. It’s time to reflect on what pushes us one way or another.
Many people don’t intervene because they fear judgment or retribution.
Being an ally means supporting the “others.” Being an advocate means speaking up when nobody is watching. It means speaking up because it’s the right thing to do. It means taking action and not just standing by in the face of judgment or retribution. It means standing up, speaking up, and acting up.
- Learn what it means to be a bystander
- Define the concept and benefits of bystander intervention
- Analyze examples of conduct witnessed by bystanders
- Explore the 4 Cs for effective and safe intervention
ACE Your Workplace Investigations
Did you know?
The average cost to defend a single plaintiff employment claim is $160,000.00. On average those matters take 316 days to resolve.
Do you have that kind of time and money to expend on employee complaints?
How you handle employees’ complaints frames their perception of you, the company and the process. And probably more importantly, what they do next!
You’re job is to create an environment where the risk of lawsuits and bad press is virtually non-existent.
Effectively conducting legally workplace investigations is one sure-fire way of doing that.
ACE Your Workplace Investigations. Learn my complete, proven step-by-step system:
- Planning, preparing, and conducting the investigation
- Evaluating the facts
- Preparing the final report
- Communicating your findings and any corrective action