Webinar: Breaking Down Unconscious Bias to Lead through Chaos
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7/22/2020
When: Wednesday, July 22nd
10:00 to 11:30 AM
Where: United States
Contact: Jenna Bailey
916.451.9031


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Breaking Down Unconscious Bias to Lead through Chaos

 

$49 for non-members | $30 for members

Members receive three free webinars per year using promo code 3FREEWEB


We are living in extraordinary times. HR is expected to lead through chaos. We must overcome our own Unconscious Bias before we can help our organizations navigate it. Unconscious Bias is a phenomenon of being human. Organizations must include it in the foundation of their diversity and inclusion (D&I) work in order to provide the proper depth, perspective, and structure.

This session will create awareness and provide resources while exploring these questions:

- Placing ourselves in this moment in history

- What is Unconscious Bias?

- Who has it?  

- How does it impact organizations?

- How do you identify it?

- What can you do about it?


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Steve Haas

Steve is the HR Director for Disability Rights California, a statewide nonprofit with 300 employees that provides a variety of advocacy services for individuals with disabilities. Steve has over 25 years of experience from a variety of human resources, training, and management roles. His industry background includes insurance, call centers, technology, and publishing. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Master’s Degree in Human Resources, both from Golden Gate University. He is certified by the HR Certification Institute as a Senior Professional in Human Resources, with an additional certification in California employment law (SPHR-CA), and by SHRM as a Senior Certified Professional. (SHRM-SCP). He is a faculty member of UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education, was on the board of directors for the Sacramento Area HR Association for eight years.

 


This session will for one SHRM professional development credit and one HRCI General credit

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Sacramento Area Human Resource Association
1800 J Street Sacramento, CA 95811

916.451.9031 916.448.5933 fax info@sahra.org

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