December 13, 2021
by Dr. Carlos Davidovich MD
This webinar expands participants’ self-awareness of the influence cognitive biases have on our daily life and will unpack some techniques on how to deal with these biases.
The influence cognitive biases have on our daily life
Dr. Carlos Davidovich MD. explores the neuroscience of biases and where they are located in our brain, the negative consequences of unconscious cognitive biases and the connection between biases and Diversity and Inclusion. He offers some insight on a realistic approach to Diversity and Inclusion in company culture, and the 6-step program to deal with biases.
This webinar unpacks the concepts of privilege, counter-stereotypes, the impact and influence of microaggressions and micro affirmations on our daily narratives, and some tips on how to control and manage unconscious biases.
Topics covered include:
- How are unconscious biases present in all of us?
- The neuroscience of biases: two basic systems that link biases to decision making.
- Where biases are located in our brain.
- The negative consequences of unconscious cognitive biases in the different settings in our lives.
- The connection between biases and Diversity and Inclusion.
- A realistic approach to Diversity and Inclusion in companies, the 6-step program to deal with biases.
- Microaggressions and micro affirmations: how they are involved in our daily narratives. Intention vs. Impact.
- Privilege, and the levels of self-awareness around it.
- Understanding the role of context when defining a bias.
- How to close the gap between intentions, behaviours and actions.
- Tips to control and manage unconscious biases.
- The concept of counter-stereotypes.
Dr. Carlos Davidovich MD has over 20 years of experience supporting the development of leaders and management teams alike on an international scale. He is a professor of Neuromanagement in the MBA program at the University of New York in Prague, a guest lecturer for the ‘Masters in Leadership’ program at the Lang School of Business & Economics (University of Guelph), and a thought leader with the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate.