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INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY- Identifying and Managing Unconscious Bias with Wayland Cubit. Sponsored by Francis Tuttle's Workforce & Economic Development Department
Francis Tuttle's Bruce Gray Campus, NW 150 & Portland, Oklahoma City, OK
Early-Bird pricing has ended but late registration is open until all meals have been sold. Thank you for your continued interest in attending this monthly program from OCHRS.
Meet our speaker
OKC Police Lt. Wayland Cubit
“INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY- Identifying and Managing Unconscious Bias “
Learning Points of this presentation:
* Identify and define the need for Cultural Intelligence
* Discuss Unconscious Racial Bias and why race is a good place to start when starting a discussion on Unconscious/Implicit Bias.
* Discuss the Fundamentals of Unconscious/Implicit Bias
* Managing and Responding to Unconscious/Implicit Bias
Lieutenant Wayland Cubit is an Oklahoma native. He is a husband, father, grandfather, career Law Enforcement Professional, motivational speaker, and mentor. He has committed the past 12 years of his career to creating and supporting positive programs that benefit and change the lives of at-risk youth.
Lt. Cubit's educational journey has allowed him the opportunity to study Criminal Justice Administration at the University of Oklahoma, Police Science at Oklahoma State University OKC, and Family Studies & Gerontology at Southern Nazarene University.
Thank you to our sponsor, Francis Tuttle Technology Center's Workforce and Economic Development epartment. Workforce and Economic Development at Francis Tuttle is a comprehensive business consulting and training resource group comprised of specialists experienced in a variety of industries. We understand that all things impact the bottom line and we create customized business performance solutions to address the needs of an organization as a whole. From training for new technologies, to strategic planning for business ventures, to specialized safety training for the unique hazards of your workplace, we offer services to develop, enhance and ensure the success of local businesses.
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OCHRS is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP