How the Personal Becomes Professional: Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Event Details:
When: March 11, 2021 1:00 pm – March 11, 2021 3:00 pm
Location: Virtual Workshop

Cost To Attend:
Nonmembers – $60
VBSR Members – $40

Registration is open

Event hosted by: VBSR

SOLD OUT!

Everyone is talking about unconscious bias and how it is inevitable. That is a scary idea for those of us who try so hard to be “bias free”. Just because it’s inevitable, doesn’t mean that we can’t do something about it. Join Tabitha Moore and VBSR for an Implicit Bias Training where we will explore how bias can lead to structural discrimination and oppression and what you can do to recognize, prevent and address it in the workplace.

This is a two hour virtual workshop that is well suited for anyone from CEO’s to employees at any level who are looking to better understand, bring awareness to, and limit implicit bias in their businesses and organizations.

This training will be offered on four dates, each of which will be limited to 50 attendees. Please use the following links to register for your preferred training date:

  • Thursday, February 11th from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm: SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, February 18th from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm: SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, March 4th from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm: SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, March 11th from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm: SOLD OUT

Meet our workshop presenter:

Tabitha Moore

Tabitha Moore

Training Coordinator, Child Welfare Training Partnership at the University of Vermont; former President of the Rutland-Area NAACP

Tabitha Moore is a consultant, educator, activist and small business owner. She specializes in diversity, equity and inclusion in systems of government. She is a PhD candidate in the field of Transformative Social Change and spends her free time hiking with her three children and dogs.

Questions? Feel free to reach out to VBSR Education & Events Manager, Carra Cheslin at carrac@vbsr.org

Thank you to our JEDI Learning Community Sponsors:

 

City Market

City Market/Onion River Co-Op is Burlington’s community-owned grocery store with over 12,000 members and locations Downtown and in the South End. Guided by their Global Ends and the Co-op Principles of “strengthening the local food system” and “concern for community”, City Market seeks to ensure that consumers have local access to progressive environmental, social, and healthful choices at affordable prices.

 

 

 

 

Mascoma Bank

Mascoma Bank was founded in 1899 by community members seeking ways to establish a healthy local economy. For over 120 years, Mascoma Bank’s foundation of mutuality has continued to be a force for positive change supporting communities to reach thriving sustainability. As a Certified B Corporation® we continue on our mission to be Best for the World®, a company where we don’t answer to stockholders, but respond to the needs of our communities, where we also live, work, and play.

 

 

White + Burke

Strengthening communities for more than 30 years. White + Burke creates healthy, productive, and profitable spaces for Vermonters to live, play, and work. Whether consulting on a new commercial development project, providing strategic analysis of a real estate portfolio, structuring a public-private partnership, or seeking a new location, we provide in-depth, objective, strategic advice and action to businesses, property owners, institutions, and municipalities. We are an outsourced real estate department – here when you need us and costing nothing when you don’t.

 

 

King Arthur Baking Company

 

Baking with joy since 1790.
We’re an employee-owned company, every one of us bakers at heart. And for generations, we’ve been there with you as you bake. Our mission is to be the ultimate resource and inspiration in the kitchen, to inspire connections and community through baking, and to use our business as a force for good.

 

 

 

 

 

Dealer.com

For over 20 years, Dealer.com has been committed to creating cutting-edge solutions for our clients while investing in our people and our local communities. From volunteerism to environmentalism, we are continuously building connections with our team members, our clients, and our neighbors.