Becoming aware of your preconceptions is the first step to transforming your organization.
Eller Executive Education’s Power in Parity Leadership Program helps senior-level executives break down their instinctive biases to make more enlightened decisions. Using gender bias as a model, you’ll examine the way you think about yourself and others.
Shift the Way You Think in Just Five Days
Your biases shape every decision you make. From what you eat for breakfast to who you hire, every choice is informed by conscious and unconscious preferences. Our thought-provoking curriculum is designed to help reveal the way unchallenged assumptions impact every aspect of your business culture.
This program is currently being redesigned using the latest research on bias and its impact on organizational performance. We are working with several of our corporate clients to deliver customized versions of the program.
Discover a New Decision Making Dynamic
Delve into the psycho-social and economic dynamics of personal bias that impact businesses worldwide. Using gender parity as a model, this five-day program will encourage candid discussion of what it means to create a truly inclusive corporate culture.
Who Should Attend?
The Power in Parity Leadership Program is designed for senior-level executives who want to break down the status quo. Recommended for leadership teams of three or more who want to explore the ways biases impact their organizations.
Exponential Leadership: Explore how to harness diversity so your organization can grow beyond your limited view of the world.
Unseen Barriers and Unconscious Bias: Learn strategies for overcoming the “glass cliff” while shaping practices and policies in the workplace that enhance equanimity.
Opening Doors for Self and Others: Learn how to apply the best leadership practices of inclusive organizations.
More than the Sum of Parts: Develop tactics that create a sustainable workplace and personal environment where diversity is valued.
Power in Parity: Discover how embracing tactics for providing equality opportunities in the workplace can help you build a more stable, successful organization.