When Styles Collide: Recognizing and Eliminating Behavior-Related Bias

Presented at the Alameda County Bar Association (Oakland, CA)

Ever take an instant disliking to someone? Or immediately “hit it off”? It turns out that we use different behavior styles in communication. Each style connects differently with other styles. In this engaging session, participants will identify their individual behavior style, understand the bias that their behavior style can create when connecting with other people, and learn how to eliminate the bias.

Participants will:

  • Identify their individual behavior style
  • Understand how their behavior style interacts with other behavior styles
  • Identify the bias that their behavior style can create when connecting with other people
  • Learn how to eliminate the bias created by behavior styles

Three Reasons to Attend:

  • Understand the bias that we create when we interact with others
  • Identify the bias that you are unconsciously feel when you interact with others
  • Learn how to eliminate bias during your interactions with others

Light lunch provided. If you have dietary restrictions, please plan to bring your own food.

Cost:
FREE for ACBA Members, $75 for Non Members

January 23 @ 12:00pm
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm

Oakland CA

Alay Yajnik

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