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April 22-26, 2024

Orlando, Florida

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Featured Speaker | CEU Specialty 6

The Unconscious Mind: Implicit Bias

Research demonstrates that 90% of the time our decision-making occurs subconsciously, meaning our brain is forming perceptions and making decisions based on our beliefs and past experiences. Unless we make a conscious choice to explore our decision-making process, our conclusions often include biases and limit our ability to think outside the box, consider alternative solutions, work collaboratively with diverse populations, and treat people equitably. 

  1. Understand the meaning and origins of implicit bias. 
  2. Explore how implicit bias shows up in your work. 
  3. Identify strategies to address implicit bias. 

Presented by

Kavita Sawh Web

Kavita Sawh, MS

Training Specialist III; University of Central Florida, Ginsburg Center for Inclusion and Community Engagement

Late Registration Through March 28

$599 Members | $699  Non-Members

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