Los Angeles | Thu, Sep 12, 2019

Education Session No. 1047
Unconscious Bias: How It Impacts Hiring and Promoting

You have biases. We all do. Research suggests that unconscious bias occurs automatically and unintentionally as the brain makes quick judgments based on past experiences and background. Bias influences workplace decisions, including hiring, salaries and, ultimately, career advancement.

Explore unconscious bias and its impact in several aspects of the workplace:

1. What is unconscious bias
2. How to identify and understand your own unconscious biases and their impact on hiring and promoting
3. Best practices to address unconscious bias and create a more inclusive and diverse workplace
4. How to identify and challenge unconscious biases that you encounter among colleagues and clients.

Bring your questions and plan to contribute to an interactive discussion. Gather actionable takeaways for yourself and your colleagues. Share your perspective with peers as you network over drinks and hors d'oeuvres.

Space is limited; please register early.

DATE: Thursday, September 12th, 2019

TIME: 4:30 PM Registration.
We will begin promptly at 5:00 PM; please arrive early.

HOST: Doubleline Capital LP

LOCATION: 333 S. Grand Avenue, 17th FL
Los Angeles, CA 90071

DIRECTIONS: Click here

Cliff Cammock, Banking & Capital Markets Partner and Greater Los Angeles Financial Services Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
Todd Molz, General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer, Oaktree Capital
Rosemary Pugh, Senior Vice President, Head of Marketing, Research Affiliates
Reena Hajat Carroll, MSW, Moderator, CEO, Resources for Infant Educarers

This event is fully booked and is running a WAITLIST
Limited spaces available, please register early.
This event is NOT FOR ATTRIBUTION. All 100WF events are private events and we require that no one reports publicly on any aspect of them.
Space is limited. No walk-ins will be permitted.