Bias vs Inclusion
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Bias vs Inclusion


We know from research and science that leaders have the ability to solve for bias but they are still failing at creating inclusive cultures. Why is this? Simply put, bias is what happens in our brains while feelings of inclusion or exclusion are what happens in other people’s brains. Spending time on diversity training may not be the solution to creating a more inclusive culture. Come join Regan Donoghue, Workforce Strategist, this session that helps to separate the two and work towards achieving both goals: mitigating unconscious bias and promoting inclusive cultures.

Member: $59; Non-Member: $129

Regan Donoghue, (She/Her)
Managing Principal, SimConsults

Bio: Regan has 15+ years of workplace and workforce strategy experience. She has a Masters Certificate in Leadership Strategy and Change Management from the University of Notre Dame. She is WELL & LEED Accredited Professional and member of special WELL Task Force. Regan is a presenter and author of over 30 unique research presentations and 8 published papers on industry trends.

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