DT| Breaking Free from Bias: 6 IMPACT Steps to Unleashing Potential
We all harbor unconscious bias that creates barriers to success.(You may think “not me”, but neuroscience research shows we are all affected.)
You can learn how to be part of the solution, boosting IMPACT and the bottom line.
The most recent research shows bias awareness training alone is not effective. It needs to be accompanied by implementation and empathy.
This experiential program provides a taste of the six step IMPACT process from Marilyn O’Hearne’s book, Breaking Free from Bias (available for pre-order 4/11). You will take away ideas and exercises you can begin to use now so that everyone and your organization have the opportunity to fulfill their potential. Begin to develop strategies to manage unconscious bias to expand your impact.
Implementing our 6 Step IMPACT Process to Identifying and Managing Bias Can:
*Prevent lawsuits, complaints, and unnecessary, costly conflict
*Improve organizational culture
*Upgrade talent recruitment and retention
*Refine employee experience
*Enhance capacity as barriers to advancement are burst and potential unleashed
*Boost the bottom line when diversity is leveraged
About the Speaker
Marilyn O’Hearne, International Coach Federation Master Certified Coach, Breaking Free from Bias author, is a globally experienced (since ’98) Culturally Intelligent Leadership, Team, and Mentor Coach; and a popular global speaker. With Marilyn acting as their visionary thought partner, clients move from the overwhelm and uncertainty of our rapidly changing world to clarity, focus and confidence.
“It is impossible to not work interculturally!” Marilyn says, and understands the painful consequences of conflict and business losses due to lack of cultural intelligence and unconscious bias. And she has developed a 6 IMPACT step process for implementation book and program to break free from bias and boost the bottom line.
Her training and experience include US, UK and Bali-based coaching programs, living in Spain and Brazil and teaching, training, speaking and coaching extensively in Asia Pacific. Marilyn served as Adjunct Professor of International Business and Organizational Behavior in Hong Kong and Malaysia and a nonprofit leader in Brazil. Her passion for intercultural competency led her to: developing culturally intelligent programs; 6 years, ICF Global Board of Directors and co-authoring “The Intersection of Culture and Ethics” for Law and Ethics in Coaching.
Marilyn has been fascinated with culture and committed to peace since age 9, leading to coaching United Nations leaders since 2013. “Marilyn is a gentle, spiritual soul, and yet powerful and provocative at the same time.” (Coach trainee)
Awards include the 2015 Thomas Leonard Achievement Award: Honoring Vision and Innovation.
Date and Time
Tuesday Apr 25, 2017
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
1020 Central Street