Confronting Unconscious Bias to Make Organizational Change
During this online workshop, participants will move from awareness to action by being provided with the 21st century skills that are essential in becoming an inclusive leader. By the end of this session, they will learning about the following:
Types of unconscious bias
Understand why unconscious bias affect decision making
Gain the tools to develop an action plan to interrupt biases both in their workplaces and personal lives
Presenter: Charesha Barrett is the founder and president of CHARP EDucation Consulting (CHARPED), a nationally recognized diversity and inclusion consulting and training firm. The foundation of Barrett’s experience was developed from her domestic and international roles in academic leadership, staff development, and program planning. She is a former instructional coach, learning coordinator, and teacher. In response to America’s demographic shift and increasingly divisive political climate, Barrett decided to expand her activities to include diversity and inclusion. Through her roles as advisor, trainer and facilitator, Barrett consults with businesses, nonprofits, government agencies and educational institutions. Barrett graduated from The University of Akron with a B.S. in Education. She has an M.Ed. in Supervision, as well as an M.Ed. in Adult Learning and Development, both from Cleveland State University.