We are pleased to announce the next Fulton Schools Diversity Difference workshop for Spring 2022: What to Do If: Common Workplace Scenarios: Examples and Guidance for Supervisors and Leadership.
What to Do If — Common Workplace Scenarios: Examples and Guidance for Supervisors and Leadership
Friday, April 15, 2022
Register to attend
Employees and supervisors interact with diverse groups in the workplace. It is important for employees at all levels to know university policies and procedures on discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, workplace accommodations.
This interactive workshop provides attendees an opportunity to discuss common real-life scenarios that employees may face at any given time. Participants will gain valuable knowledge and skills to confidently identify and problem-solve concerns in the workplace.
The Fulton Diversity Difference workshop series aims to showcase our diverse community and to support learning through workshops and experiences. We encourage all faculty and staff to register and attend and share these opportunities with others.
Also consider the following workshop available through Career Edge:
Implicit Bias and Microaggressions
Friday, April 29, 2022
1–2:30 p.m. MST
Register by Thursday, April 28, 2022, at 1 p.m. MST
Attendees will be introduced to the topic of implicit bias and microaggressions by engaging in a thoughtful dialogue with the presenter. Implicit or unconscious bias refers to the automatic thoughts or attitudes that affect our everyday actions and decisions. Individuals develop associations over the course of a lifetime by way of life experience and influences from the media, news, and society. Microaggressions are everyday verbal, non-verbal, behavioral, or environment slights, snubs, or insults (intentional and unintentional) than can communicate hostility or negativity towards marginalized groups.