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The stakes couldn’t be higher. If you are not highly skilled at addressing your own personal biases – both social and cognitive - you could find yourself inadvertently offending a client, judge, witness, or colleague (and potentially violating your ethical obligations). Losing a case, a client, or a valued colleague because you don’t know what you don’t know is completely avoidable.
Attend this session to learn about different types of unconscious cognitive biases that can hurt decision-making in all realms – in client matters, workplace situations, and trials. Participants will also learn how to uncover their implicit social biases and implement research-based behavior changes to interrupt those biases.
Written materials are available HERE.
2 general/1.8 DEI/.4 ethics CLE credits approved.
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