Lowcountry GIG Proudly Presents
Outsmart Your Brain:
Nudging for Inclusive Culture
In terms of creating a diverse and inclusive culture, the unconscious brain is one of the biggest challenges for organizations and leaders in the 21st century. This session introduces what is unconscious bias and takes a key concept from Behavioral Economics, called Nudges, and uses it as a method for furthering an Inclusive Culture. Content is pulled from Decision Making, Cognitive Biases and Implicit Associations, Sustainable Change, Human Motivation, and Behavioral Economics to lay the foundation for understanding and changing behavior to achieve a more inclusive approach.
The material draws upon science but is delivered in an interesting manner that is accessible for all and backed up with numerous practical illustrations from the workplace. Participants leave with a clear sense of understanding of why we may make some of the choices that we do, and how we can outsmart this automatic thinking to be more aligned with our intentions (i.e. treat others more fairly). Practical examples and content will be selected for audience.
Lisa brings over 20 years Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) experience as a global D&I executive with AXA, Microsoft, & Hewlett-Packard, and most recently as the Founder of the Inclusion Institute focused on D&I research, consultancy, training, & coaching. Her special expertise in organizational development integrated with D&I make her a unique resource
for change at all levels, from the individual to the systems level. For many years, Lisa has been on the advisory boards of Catalyst Europe and W.I.N., is a founding member of a European-based Global D&I Network, & a faculty member for the Conference Board D&I Academy teaching new D&I leaders.
She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology and a Master’s degree in Linguistics, with a specialization on gender communications. She is based in Germany and US.
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