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Part II. Bias—See IT. Say IT. Stop IT.

Part II. Bias—See IT. Say IT. Stop IT.

Presenter/Facilitator: Tracy Brown

The IBTTA Women in Tolling welcomed back Tracy Brown for Part II of our Webinar focused on Bias. In Part I, Tracy raised and explained topics surrounding Unconscious Bias in the Workplace and she reflected on current events that we’re all facing together today. Her ability to focus the conversation on these sensitive topics raised so many comments, ideas and questions from the group, that Tracy is returning to move the conversation forward.  She’ll choose a few of your questions and apply them to real-life situations.  In this meeting, Tracy offered a quick refresher from Part I and continued the conversation.  We have to find a better way to face Bias. See IT. Say IT. Stop IT. 


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Resources

View Slide Deck from Part 1

View other recent resources from Tracy.

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About Tracy Brown

Tracy Brown is a nationally recognized expert whose clients rely on her advice about leadership development, diversity strategy and employee engagement. Her company, Intentional Inclusion, Inc has provided training to more than 450,000 people and she has been recognized twice for Innovation in Diversity by the Celebrate Diversity Awards sponsored by Ernst & Young.

Tracy is an accomplished speaker and author of 11 books who is known for her ability to engage people in sensitive conversations. Her interactive presentation style encourages participants to take personal responsibility for making change in their lives and their organizations. She has produced or hosted six internet radio programs and has been featured in HR Magazine, Money Magazine, Dallas CEO, Texas Business Monthly and many other publications.

Tracy’s clients rely on her guidance to transform the conversation about diversity and inclusion from politics and personality to relationships and business results. Her company, Intentional Inclusion Inc., focuses on helping leaders develop the skills, policies and practices that integrate inclusion strategy with the mission, industry and values of the organization.

In addition to her business experience, Tracy has served as a board member for more than a dozen professional associations or nonprofit organizations. She co-founded Dallas Dinner Table, co-designed The Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership curriculum sponsored by SMU and The Center for Nonprofit Management and recently ended a three-year term as Chair of the governing board for Centers for Spiritual Living worldwide.