Workplace Investigations Section Meeting | ONLINE ONLY 

May 5, 2020
Online

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ONLINE MEETING: Unconscious Bias in Workplace Investigations
This meeting is being hosted by the Workplace Investigations Section.

Speaker(s): Alden E. Habacon, Diversity and Inclusion Strategist and Facilitator
Time: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 12:30pm - 2:00pm (PT)
CPD Hours: 1.50 hours
Synopsis

Join us for an engaging and informative discussion led by Mr. Habicon respecting how cognitive or unconscious bias — the implicit attitudes or stereotypes that shape how we engage others, form opinions and make decisions — can impact and undermine a workplace investigation. Most Importantly Mr. Habacon will provide workplace investigators with tools and strategies for disrupting or reducing cognitive bias in order that a fair and effective workplace investigation remains the focus. 

Speaker Bio

Alden E. Habacon is a leading diversity and inclusion strategist and facilitator who works with a broad range of organizations, including universities, government, private industry and the legal community in the areas of inclusive leadership, addressing unconscious bias and intercultural skills training. His work in the legal community has included the Department of Justice, the BC Law Society, the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC, and the BC Council of Administrative Tribunals.

Pre-work
Implicit Association Tests
Complete prior to the meeting (optional)

In order to prepare for this meeting, understand our own biases and increase personal learning outcomes, our speaker Alden Habacon encourages each participant to complete at least two brief Implicit Association Tests, taking only 5 - 10 minutes. Information about these tests, as well as the tests themselves, can be found here: http://www.aldenhabacon.com/unconscious-bias-prework.    

Webinar/Teleconference 
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Disclaimer
Please ensure to sign-in with your full name at the meeting will result in de-registration. CBABC requires this as a record to confirm your attendance for this meeting for your CPD reporting (if applicable).

 

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