To help human resource professionals become aware of unconscious biases and how they impact the workplace, Advantage Performance Group Partner Carlos Vargas will lead a session on diversity for the Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management on Thursday evening, October 26, 2017.
Facilitating the session with Vargas will be GMSHRM's Director of Diversity & Inclusion Mary Martinéz. They will be sharing Unconscious Bias experiential learning materials from Advantage content partner Root Inc. so attendees can:
- Learn to recognize unconscious biases
- Understand the impact those biases have on others
- Develop strategies to handle those biases to better manage others
- Minimize the dysfunctional impact of unconscious bias in the workplace
Attendees will also receive a link to the BlueEQ™ emotional intelligence assessment and access to a complimentary follow-up webinar.
In his role at Advantage Performance Group, Vargas builds and leads diverse teams that develop and deliver Learning and Development solutions in the fields of leadership, sales performance, business acumen, and change management. He holds an MBA from Columbia University. More about Vargas.
The session will be held at Coral Gables Country Club. It has been submitted for approval by SHRM for 1.5 professional development credits toward SHRP-CP SHRM-SCP re-certification as well as 1.5 general re-certification credit hours. Additional details are available on the GMSHRM website.
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