Inclusive Mindset Skills for Working with Diverse Groups

  • Thursday, January 17, 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Conservation Garden Park (8275 1300 W, West Jordan, UT 84088)
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CHAPTER LEARNING EVENT

Training Delivery

Inclusive Mindset Skills for Working with Diverse Groups
 

In this lunch and learn, Sara Jones will demonstrate practical skills for understanding and proactively handling unconscious bias. Participants will broaden their skills on understanding sources of bias and how to address common workplace unconscious biases. This will be highly interactive, engaging, and (dare we say) fun! InclusionPro makes every effort to create a safe and comfortable environment where all participants’ voices are respected. We know these topics can be sensitive and uncomfortable for many people. Our goal is to provide a practical and meaningful learning environment so that participants can feel confident in improving their leadership skills. This training is for anyone seeking to build their leadership skills and learn more about the benefits of diversity and inclusion. 

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Sara Jones is President of InclusionPro™, where she consults executive teams on diversity and inclusion - how to attract, grow and retain diverse and winning teams through her Inclusion Growth™ Framework strategies.  As a consultant, she has keynoted or trained over 30 groups on leadership, high performing teams, talent strategies, and career skills. Sara has almost 20 years of experience within companies leading operational, partnership, fundraising and legal strategies.  She was CEO of ApplicantPro, an HR SaaS company providing recruiting tools to over 3000 clients, with a strong female workforce. She was VP of Strategic Development at Patent Law Works, an IP firm based in Silicon Valley. She was head of business development at School Improvement Network, an ed tech SaaS company, where she led product development and partner products for educational best practices video. She started her career as a patent attorney, where she led diversity efforts and became a partner at Workman Nydegger. Ms. Jones has a law degree from BYU and a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Utah.  In 2007, Sara co-founded and is COO of Women Tech Council, a non-profit with a community of 10,000 women and men nationwide.

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Topics and speakers are subject to change without notice. Refunds may be issued up to five days before the event.

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