Time: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 12:30 p.m. EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Price: Free

Social identities are powerful because as humans, we categorize ourselves and each other into groups along social identity lines. Understanding the nuances of social identity can help you spot situations when actions and decisions may be rooted in unconscious bias, or when you’re unintentionally shutting down diverse perspectives. Join us in this webinar discussion to uncover the relationship between social identity and bias, and how to shift your perspective to move past awareness to actions that help you and your organization cultivate equity, diversity, and inclusion.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • The common types of cognitive biases, and how they can affect our behavior
  • How some aspects of social identity are more visible than others, and how that can play into stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination
  • 4 things to remember about social identity to help you move beyond bias and foster more equity and inclusion in your organization
You can also learn more in our article, Understand Social Identity to Lead in a Changing World.  
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About The Presenter

Princess Cullum, Ph.D.
Leadership Solutions Partner
Center for Creative Leadership

Princess Cullum is a Leadership Solutions Partner at the Center for Creative Leadership, where her focus is designing and delivering custom leadership programs for managers and executives in a variety of corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations. Building on years of leadership practical application, she connects the leadership competencies desired by client organizations and their leaders with the world-class portfolio of CCL solutions. Princess brings to CCL over 15 years of global experience in multiple industries including investment banking and financial services, utilities, healthcare, and technology. She is a sought-after expert in the areas of Culture and Engagement, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Executive Development, Learning, Physician’s Leadership Development, and Women’s Leadership.

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