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Unconscious Bias with Ann Divine

March 23, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Join us March 23 as Ann Divine breaks down what unconscious bias is, where it originates, and strategies around mitigating bias.

Unconscious Bias with Ann Divine

Join us virtually on March 23rd, 9:30 AM-12:00 PM

Learning Stream: Healthy Workplaces

Bias affects all aspects of our everyday experiences because our brains are constantly collecting and filtering complex information in order to make shortcuts. These hardwired shortcuts can create assumptions and knee-jerk reactions in the moment, which can be a result of unconscious bias – and the workplace is no exception to these biases. Ann Divine, CEO and Founder of Ashanti Leadership & Development Services and renowned expert on Unconscious Bias, will facilitate this highly engaging, interactive session.

This 2.5hr session will explore how to combat these biases and how to implement the learnings and strategies through a combination of content sharing and interactive discussions. Participants will be challenged to be aware of their own unconscious biases, where it stems from, and how it effects our everyday decision making, especially in the workplace.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn what unconscious bias is and how it shows up in our daily interactions and activities.
  • Reflect on the origins of unconscious bias and how it effects our decision making, specifically in the workplace.
  • Create a space to explore and discuss how to implement learnings to mitigate biases in the workplace.

Who Is this webinar For?

This webinar is open to anyone who wants to understand their unconscious bias and learn how to mitigate it.

Meet the Speaker: Ann Divine

Ann Divine, CEO and founder of Ashanti Leadership and Development Services Inc., and co-founder of Ashanti Leadership Academy.

Her education includes a Master’s in Human Resource Management, Bachelors in Sociology and Leadership Development from London, UK. As well as other relevant qualifications in the field of human rights, coaching and change management.

She is an accomplished businesswoman, known and respected for her professionalism and willingness to support, coach and mentor others. Her business provides extensive career and professional guidance in organizational change and social justice issues.

Ann’s work is underpinned by her knowledge, skills, and expertise in human rights and people management. Her unique style combined with adult education principles has brought her recognition in her fields of leadership development, change management, coaching and mentoring, facilitation, diversity and inclusion, women in leadership and unconscious bias training. These elements are critical factors which impacts team performances in the physical and virtual workspace.

Ann’s work expands to all levels of government, organizations, businesses, institutions and communities at national and international platforms. She is also a sought-after public speaker.

Ann’s work supports the business environment, government, public and private sectors and their employees bring their best self to work. Ann is also an advocate for those who are deemed invisible and do not have a voice at the decision-making table, and she strives to bring inclusivity to every aspect of her work. She sits on several boards at national and provincial levels. Ann has been recognized and acknowledged through various awards for her work.

Interested? Here’s how to register:

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  2. Select the ticket for the session and then select “Register”
  3. Fill out the registration form.
  4. You will receive a confirmation email with the meeting details once you complete your registration.


March 23, 2022
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
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