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Everyone in your organization including those in executive, leadership, and manager positions.
Virtual: Up to 50 participants.
In-Person: Up to 30 participants.
Virtual: 90-Minutes with optional private one-on-one practice sessions within 24 hours of the main session.
In-Person: Half-Day (Up to 3 hours)
Virtual: Starts at $7,500
Work-related bias can be a tense and overwhelming subject. But it doesn’t have to be...
As more purpose-driven business leaders commit to increasing DEI in their organizations, they’re becoming aware of how their biases have caused inequity in the past and may still cause friction as they struggle to move forward.
Instead of the normal shame and blame implicit bias workshops, in this Micro-Progression Action Class, you’ll leave re-inspired with an action plan, a clear direction on how to be bigger than your bias, and tools to make a positive difference in your organization now. That way, you can build greater trust in your teams and lead more effectively as the world diversifies.
Understand and relate to biases differently in an uplifting way that removes the guilt and shame so you can fully acknowledge your unique view of the world and deliberately shift your perspective to benefit the people you influence.
Learn the four Building Blocks of Bias™ and how to use this straightforward methodology to identify, deconstruct, and rewrite your learned thought patterns so you can modify potentially harmful behaviors and add new layers of purpose, meaning, and impact to your daily actions.
Flip the script on micro-aggressions and create a do-able action plan consisting of small helpful actions that will help you repair relationships, reset how you see people, and recommit to the values and expansive world-view that make you a purpose-driven leader.
"I was struggling with how to be engaged in the conversation around implicit bias, prejudice, and privilege in a way that would support positive movement forward for people in our organization.
The Kemy guide you through it openly, respectfully, and with gentleness so the conversation becomes accessible and relevant for your organization."
- Julie Christenson, White Bird Clinic