Have you ever been in a meeting and had something relevant to contribute, but didn't have the space to speak? Or feel uncomfortable contributing?
Imagine this scenario: You've logged into a Zoom meeting. Everyone is there and chatting. Your camera is on and everyone can hear you. You wait patiently for the meeting to start and suddenly they say, "Oh, we didn't see you!" There were only four people in the meeting... This is what we might call delusional blindness: some people don't seem to exist to others.
Unconscious bias can have a negative impact on meetings, leading people to think that some people will have something important to contribute and others will not.
In this workshop, we will share good meeting facilitation practices that promote an inclusive environment where everyone is involved, heard and appreciated. This workshop also includes a checklist on how to run an effective meeting that creates space for all voices to be heard.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES :
Examine how unconscious biases can affect how meetings are held, how everyone participates, and who is heard and appreciated;
Understand the concept of "do no harm" to ensure that no one is actively silenced;
Learn 3 strategies for amplifying voices when others are cut off, interrupted or have no space to speak;
Learn to overcome conformity bias by creating a space where others would feel comfortable sharing opposing views.
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This workshop will take place online.
Tuesday, November 16
Only 30 spots available!
Replay available for 1 month
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About your trainer
Passionate about teaching and training, Tatiana designs and facilitates training using a learner-centered approach that respects adult learning principles. She facilitates in-person and distance learning courses, depending on the specific needs of her clients, and has expertise in coaching and training trainers to design and facilitate distance learning courses.
Tatiana is also a lecturer at Desautels, McGill's Faculty of Management. She teaches several courses such as human resources management, multicultural management, organizational behavior and others.
Tatiana has over 10 years of experience in the fields of human resources and training and holds a B.A. in Psychology and Management from McGill University and a Master's degree in Organizational Development from HEC Montreal. She is also a member of the Ordre des CRHA and is currently completing a Master's degree (M.Sc.) in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion from Université Laval.