Unconscious Bias in Arbitration

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Audience reaction to our December seminar_x000D_
was enthusiastic. We learned how unconscious bias develops, promotes “group_x000D_
think” and inhibits diversity. 
Today’s challenge_x000D_
is to generate ideas and tactics for recognizing our own biases and working with_x000D_
those of others. By popular demand, supported by Arbitration Place, the_x000D_
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Canada Branch), ICC Canada, and the Toronto_x000D_
Commercial Arbitration Society,
ArbitralWomen invites you to join us in an_x000D_
interactive Sequel Seminar to create new ways to promote diversity in_x000D_
arbitration.

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Facilitated_x000D_
by arbitration practitioners and diversity consultants
, participants will explore ways to deal with unconscious bias and_x000D_
encourage inclusiveness in the decision-making of counsel, parties, and_x000D_
arbitrators alike. Attendees – both men_x000D_
and women
– will collaborate to develop strategies for moving from_x000D_
unconscious bias to conscious realization. To contribute to the discussion,_x000D_
registrants will receive a brief survey to complete and bring to the_x000D_
seminar.
 

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The discussion will continue informally in_x000D_
a reception at Arbitration Place
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  • Event Details
  • Start Date: 05/02/2018 5:15 pm
  • End Date: 05/02/2018 8:00 pm