SMPS Chicago November Program Re-do: Unintentional Bias and Microaggressions… Freeing the Human Potential

January 18, 2021
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

Zoom (Virtual Meeting)

As indicated in previous communications, SMPS Chicago and The Kaleidescope Group are offering a 45-minute re-do of the November Program on January 18, 2021.

This program is only for November Program registrants. Please take a moment to register, so we have an accurate count on how many November registrants are planning to participate. Thank you.

It is easy to spot overt racism and discrimination, as seen by the country's most recent racial tensions. However, some prejudices are quieter, more subtle, and more challenging to identify and address. At times, we might think, "Am I overreacting?" "Did she/he say what I think she/he said?" or "Should I let that comment slide, or address it?"

Described as "death by a thousand cuts," microaggressions do not just hurt our feelings; they can have long-lasting impacts that leave an impression on us for a lifetime. Regardless of your industry or what role you play, unmasking microaggressions can help us foster mutual respect and a better understanding of the social identities we all possess.

Please join us as we delve into this hour-long session on this crucial topic that will stimulate dialogue and self-reflection to cultivate a more harmonious society.

#microaggressions #unintentionalbias

Key Learning Objectives

  • The impacts of microaggressions
  • Discover techniques to minimize the occurrence of microaggressions
  • Learn practical strategies to help identify microaggressions and actions one can take to stop them
  • Outcomes associated with the experience of microaggressions

About Our Speaker

Mitch Brown is a Sr. Consultant & Master Facilitator at the Kaleidoscope Group, a full-service diversity & inclusion consulting firm headquartered in Chicago, IL. Leveraging nearly a decade of management consulting experience, in his role Brown leads clients with workforce and workplace strategies to create transformation in their organization. Brown has significant experience working with learning & development leaders on developing educational content to enhance the skills and behaviors needed to sustain a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. This includes but not limited to: strategic educational roadmaps, designing course content, and facilitating workshops/trainings for employees. Brown holds a B.S. from Hampton University and an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University, Owen School of Management. Brown currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

 

How to Join the Program

Zoom access link information is included in email invitation.

  • Please make sure to add SMPS Chicago emails to your approved senders list and verify your email with SMPS Chicago.

 

 

 

Tickets

$0.00 Non-members