“Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.”
— Stephen R. Covey
Seemingly small – and often unintentional – words and actions can have a profound negative impact in the workplace, including:
- Lower productivity
- Higher turnover
- Strained, even hostile, workplace relations
This workshop will help leaders at all levels – from the front lines to the corner office – embrace a more inclusive approach that reduces workplace tensions and barriers to growth and transforms differences into strengths.
Learn to recognize and redirect their own unconscious biases
Practice the six traits of inclusive leadership
Explore how to leverage diversity for better business outcomes
This two-hour workshop includes lunch. Seating is limited; registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bryan Hubain is Assistant Dean of Students and Director of the Cross-Cultural Centers at Cal Poly, where he’s been instrumental in leading conversations about race and identity. He holds a PhD in higher education with a focus on diversity, taught human diversity and served as diversity specialist at Metropolitan State University of Denver, and has led similar workshops at Denver-area chambers of commerce.
SLO Chamber Members: $40
Future Members: $65
Thank you to our lead sponsor:
And to our supporting sponsors: