How to Interrupt Your Unconscious Biases and Make Better Decisions
Despite our best intentions, research shows we all have it – unconscious, unintentional bias. Unconscious attitudes and beliefs are shaped by all kinds of influences – and emerge in a variety of ways- some of which we would not agree with or even accept on a conscious level. Thoughts and assumptions that lie beneath the waterline of consciousness can have a profound impact on the procedural choices professional neutrals make on a day to day basis. Consequently, it is important to learn how to recognize our own unconscious biases and work to interrupt them so that they do not skew decision-making.
Attendees will leave this program ready to create their own personal action plans to interrupt unconscious bias.
Please join Lucy Greenwood (CPR Distinguished Neutral and former member of international arbitration group at Norton Rose Fulbright) and Kathleen Nalty (founder of Center for Legal Inclusiveness and principal in Kathleen Nalty Consulting) for this informative discussion which meets the diversity training requirement for CPR's Panel of Distinguished Neutrals.
This program is exclusively for CPR's Panel of Distinguished Neutrals and fulfills CPR's annual Diversity, Equity & Inclusion continued training requirement.
Continuing Legal Education:
NY CLE: This Non-Transitional Program is accredited for 1.5 NY CLE credit hours in the Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias CLE category.
CPR (International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution) has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in the State of New York.