Studies on unconscious bias training indicate that any positive impact from face-to-face training doesn’t last more than a week. While unconscious bias training has long been the first port of call for organisations focused on building a more diverse and inclusive workforce, it’s clear that it doesn’t work when it comes to creating a lasting behaviour change.
We’re bringing together some of world’s most innovative people leaders to debate whether there’s still a place for unconscious bias training. And if not, what the alternatives are.
Join our hand-picked group of C-suite culture leaders on 30 January 2020 and help us uncover critical findings on the most impactful ways to truly overcome bias, create lasing behaviour change and create the kind of culture that let diverse and inclusive teams thrive. Plus, enjoy valuable networking all before 10am.
We'll distill the key findings from this action-packed breakfast into our next Inclusion Works FRONTLINE report.
There's plenty of research out there that shows diversity makes good business sense. But most research in the inclusion space is published once a year and doesn’t shed any light on the real challenges of building an inclusive culture or share any practical or impactful advice on how to make progress.
That’s why we launched Inclusion Works FRONTLINE - a series of action-oriented pulse checks reporting on the most pressing challenges inclusion leaders face.
Our goal is to uncover the root cause of these challenges and play back the powerful tactics the world’s most innovative leaders are using to put inclusion into action on the ground, every day. So we can learn together and from each other so we can all go faster.
If you have a particular challenge that you’d like to see addressed in our next round of reporting, get in touch.
Date: 30 January 2020 Time: 08:00–10:00 Location: The Clocktower, 5 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010
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