“Inclusive Leadership: Creating a More Inclusive Workplace by Mitigating our Unconscious Biases” is a highly interactive and tactical workshop designed to teach GCHRA participants how to create more inclusive workplaces.
Unlike conventional approaches that focus primarily on bias awareness, this program largely focuses on actionable solutions to actively mitigate the impact of unconscious bias in the workplace—actions that result in measurable organizational and behavior change.
This highly interactive workshop uses examples from scientific research, business practice and the humanities to help HR leaders improve the inclusivity of their workplaces. The workshop is designed to help all participants develop a "Post workshop action plan"; all participants spend time identifying talent management management processes that need to change and drafting first steps to take after the workshop.
- Understand the root causes and impact of unconscious bias; understand the most common unconscious biases that impact the workplace
- How to redesign talent management processes and management activities to limit the impact of bias, especially recruiting, performance management, promotion as well as day-to-day coaching and team meetings
- Steps that individuals can take to start to change their unconscious biases over the long-term
3.75 SHRM Certification Credits!
3.75 General HRCI Credits!
Eisha Armstrong's passion is to help women and under-represented minorities build successful careers and to help companies develop and engage their best talent. As a facilitator and consultant, Eisha helps companies develop their diverse talent for future leadership roles. Clients include companies such as P&G, Duke Energy, American Modern Insurance, CSX, SAP, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Texas Roadhouse and Weyerhaeuser.
Previously, Eisha held senior business management positions both with E.W Scripps, the diversified media company, and with CEB, now Gartner. She has more than 20 years of experience managing and growing multi-million dollar businesses and leading global teams of professionals. Her experience as a P&L owner gives her added credibility when discussing the economic benefits of growing diverse teams.
During her career at CEB, Eisha facilitated more than 100 executive education sessions around the globe. She has also been cited in numerous publications including The Financial Times and The Washington Post on topics related to executive leadership.While at CEB and Scripps, Eisha co-founded and chaired their affinity groups for women.
Eisha currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Cincinnati Early Learning Centers and Women Helping Women of SW Ohio. She is a Commissioner on the Hamilton County Commission on Women & Girls and she is a Limited Partner in Next Wave Impact, which is working to increase women’s participation in angel investing while investing in companies that achieve both social impact and financial return.
Eisha earned her MBA at the Harvard Business School and her Bachelor of Arts in both Women’s Studies and Economics at the University of Kansas. She lives in Cincinnati with her husband and two sons.
RSVP by: November 9, 2018
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*PrePayment is required to attend. Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted.
No refunds will be provided after November 10, 2018.
Please note there is an additional $5 late fee for walk-ins. Walk-ins are not guaranteed a spot after online registration closes.
Please note that if you register for free (member) and don't attend, you will be charged $10.