EEC 254: Bias, Racism, and the Brain in the Workplace with Jason Greer
Jason Greer is the author of, “Bias, Racism and the Brain.” He is the founder of Greer Consulting, the #1 firm that does diversity training for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies.
- Why is diversity and inclusion important in the workplace?
- Why do most diversity-training programs fail to foster D&I?
- What can you tell us about Bias, Racism, and the Brain?
- How did your personal experiences with racism and bias inspire you to pursue your career?
- What advice do you have for leaders and executives to reduce bias, increase diversity, and foster inclusion?
- What positive effect does improved D&I have on your business?
Jason Greer is the author of, “Bias, Racism and the Brain.” He is the founder of Greer Consulting, the #1 firm that does diversity training for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies.The truth is that most diversity-training programs fail. On the other hand, if they are done right, they can reduce turnover rate by as much as 40% and increase your employee satisfaction scores by 30%. The best part? The bottom line is also increased.
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