This course will help participants reflect upon how their implicit and explicit biases can impact the recruitment and interview process. Participants will analyze how biases can manifest themselves and influence the interview and decison making processes. Through practice, participants will identify strategies to mitigate their biases in the future.
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Best for employees who want to talk, connect, and engage in hands-on training.
Best for teams up to 60 people
Best for employees who like to listen with some engagement and discussion throughout.
Best for teams up to 90 people
Flexible class lengths to meet your team’s needs.
What People Are Saying About This Class
This is a great session and should be required for all hiring managers in the organization. It brought to light opportunities involved in the interview and feedback process for hiring managers.
More About Eldridge GilbertEldridge Gilbert III is a graduate of Brown University with Bachelor's degrees in Africana Studies and Psychology. Following Brown, Eldridge joined Teach For America and worked in Houston, TX for 11 years during which time he earned his MBA from the Jones School of Business at Rice University. While in Houston, he worked for YES Prep Public Schools and was...
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