We are all susceptible to bias and strive to mitigate it through reading, taking classes, and participating in trainings - yet, it seems like these aren’t driving the change we need. Women tend to receive vague, personality-based feedback, where men tend to receive performance-based feedback. Work completed by Black men is more likely to be rated as lower quality than White men. And Black women face these overlapping biases in even more extreme ways, according to a study by Nextions.
So what can we do to address the inequities in the system? Look at the system itself - are we designing an equitable performance system that benefits everyone? Join Culture Amp’s Global Head of Equitable Design and Impact, Aubrey Blanche, along with Diversity, Equity, and Belonging Lead Sahra Kaboli-Nejad, to discuss how we can re-evaluate our performance management systems. We will discuss the benefits of designing a system at every level (individual, manager, and organization) to help mitigate bias and ultimately create a system that finally succeeds at what it is supposed to do - improve performance.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What biases we should be aware of when designing our performance management systems;
- What the data shows us about the impacts of inequitable performance processes on your business and broader society;
- Actionable steps to improving your performance system at every level of your organization;
Wednesday, June 24th 2020 9:30 AM PST, 12:30 PM EST, 4:30PM GMT
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