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Written By Hannah Risser-Sperry | Jan 7, 2019

In this 90 minute, fast-paced lecture will focus on three specific behaviors and skills that anyone who is interested in increasing inclusion and equity can implement in their work and community.

These skills are specific to the psychology and neurology of inclusion and the dismantling of unconscious biases. We’ll cover three science-backed skills:

  • A one-on-one conversation technique that increases inclusion and trust
  • Mental/ cognitive exercises that decrease unconscious biases (which get in the way of how we approach others)
  • Skills we can use in larger group settings to increase inclusion and equity
  • Emotional intelligence behaviors that help us navigate cross-cultural situations and cross-group conflict.

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