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Micro-aggressions happen every day: they are hidden in the way we talk, act and interact with people, when intentionally or unintentionally we come across as derogatory towards race, sexuality, etc.. This webinar will equip you with a fresh perspective on what micro-aggressions are, how to recognise them and avoid them in order to promote a better working culture.
What the course is about
As a part of the diversity and inclusion conversation, this webinar aims to discuss how race fits into the workplace. During this webinar, you will gain insight into some of the experiences of racial micro-aggression and how to ensure you are part of an equal and forward moving working environment. You will learn new knowledge and gain practical insight which you can take back into your workplace, creating better working relationships amongst colleagues.
The webinar is run by Colleen Cameron, founder of Psychologist At Work, a business psychologist skilled at educating participants on racial micro-aggression in today’s workplace. This webinar is a great tool for practitioners dealing with D&I as well as organisational culture and engagement. It will be also a precious resource for anybody interested in the topic for their own development and awareness.
Dates and Times
9th September 6pm to 7pm
Prices are £45 per webinar for ABP members and £60 for non-members.
Learning Objectives and Content Schedule
This webinar aims to shed light on human interaction and race. Find out about the psychology of racial micro-aggressions and how these manifest themselves in the workplace.
You will learn through the use of slides, exercises and interactive conversations with the facilitator.
In the workshop you will:
• Define in-depth racial micro-aggressions
• Explore what they look like using psychological research
• Why they are problematic
• How to create a better workplace culture using effective practices
Once you register, you will be provided a link with instructions to join the workshop a few days before the scheduled date. Please make sure you have an internet connection and you can join the webinar through a laptop, computer or a screen-enabled device.
We advise you save this workshop in your diary once you register.