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Unconscious Bias

Posted By Administration, Friday, July 13, 2018
Updated: Thursday, July 26, 2018

Recorded Friday, July 13, 2018

What is Unconscious Bias, and where does it come from? NCBA Executive Director Mark Dobosz talked with Tracy Spears, founder of Exceptional Leaders Lab to find out. As gender and racial inequality becomes an increasingly important issue in society, it is crucial to know about the types of Unconscious Bias in the work place, why organizations should even care about it, and how they can create a better Diversity & Inclusion strategy. Individuals will also learn what to do to mitigate their own Unconscious Biases.

 

Presenter:

Tracy Spears, Exceptional Leaders Lab 

Tracy Spears is the Founder of the Exceptional Leaders Lab. She specializes in developing leaders, inspiring teamwork, and enhancing inter-office communications. The innovative content in her keynote speeches and workshops is taken directly from her best-selling books, “What Exceptional Leaders Know” and “The Exceptional Leaders Playbook”. Her energetic and interactive approach has helped leaders and aspiring leaders all over the world improve their leadership skills, their communication, and their understanding of how people and organizations succeed.

Tracy is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and an accomplished athlete who was a member of the U.S. National Softball Team. Tracy is a member of the National Speakers Association and one of the highest rated leadership, diversity & inclusion, and team development coaches in America.

 

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