Seeing and Addressing Invisible Actors: Unconscious Bias and Identity Threat
Rochester, MN US
October 28, 2017
Over 500 studies have shown that stereotype threat, sometimes called identity threat, can have a profound effect on our behavior. It is created by our awareness (conscious or unconscious) that we may be judged according to a group stereotype and can lead to a cascade of negative effects, including poor performance and physiologic and psychological stress responses. This workshop will use a combination of interactive, reflective and didactic methods to help participants gain a deep understanding of the complex interplay of “invisible” factors that affect the diversity and inclusion climate at all levels of the organization.
Phillips Hall, Siebens Building
200 First Street SW
Rochester, MN 55902
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