Is your professional network as diverse as the workforce and community around you? If not, you could be missing important opportunities for your career and your company. Learn about the challenges we all face in making meaningful connections, the impacts of these missed connections, and how to recognize and overcome them. This session will help you remove the artificial barriers that may be keeping you from your next mentor, star hire, or big customer.
- Understand the role unconscious bias plays in everyday decision-making
- Recognize how you may be engaging in and affected by affinity bias
- Identify inclusive behaviors and effective networking strategies
- Assess the breadth and depth of your own professional network
- Emerging and aspiring leaders
- Early- to mid-level professionals
- College students
- Senior leaders
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On-site Program Options
Minimum session length: 1 hour
Half-day, full-day, and multiple day configurations available. Interactive activities vary to support your organization’s specific goals.
Virtual Program Options
- 60-minute live webinar
- 90-minute live webinar
- 60-minute recorded webinar
Client and Audience Feedback
Tony Cañas, Best-selling Author and Co-founder of InsNerds.com (Insurance Industry)
Bruce Fisher, CPCU
Marketing and Sales Representative, The Institutes
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Anne Marie Mourhess
National Sales Manager
Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau
I wanted to reach out and let you know how much I enjoyed meeting you and attending your session at ASAE. Afterward I ran to the conference bookstore and grabbed the last copy of your book! I was sharing with my team that I had attended your session, and they were interested to learn more. When I return to the office, I am expecting to have a robust conversation with some of them. I hope that ASAE invites you again (and said so in my review). I know that what you are doing is a great service not only to the business world but also to society, especially in the current climate.
Associate Chief Officer for AOTA Press & Content Strategy
Glenise Rooks, CPCU
Member, CPCU Society Diversity Committee and Diversity Chair, Tidewater CPCU Chapter
As a career advisor who works largely with a non-traditional student population, it can be a challenge to express the value and importance of actively networking within our technology age.
This presentation offered tools like the CHAMP/IGGNORE model and language that I will rely upon to express that value to my clients, and help them as they grow professionally and personally.
Association of Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education (ANTSHE)
Terri G., Insurance industry
I just finished watching and listening to the recording of a CPCU Society webinar that I originally missed. I almost did not go back to it because I have been so busy, but I am so glad that I did!
You did an excellent job presenting this topic. I believe that many people are turned off by topics about diversity and inclusion. They somehow feel offended or uncomfortable by them. I have seen, heard and participated in many diversity presentations over the past 15 years and this was honestly one of the best. It was a very interesting way to try to approach the topic. Not only did you do a great job conveying the information, but you were also quite inspiring and an excellent speaker.
All the best to you, Amy, with your company and your career.
Melissa Heeke, CAE
Membership & Communications Director, Midwest Political Science Association
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