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Implicit Bias in the C-Suite

Learn abou the presence of implicit gender bias from a business leadership perspective.

 

WINNING STRATEGIES:

EDUCAT10N:

  • As a woman in the workforce climbs the ‘corporate ladder’, there is a higher risk that gender bias will affect her and micro-aggressions will occur. Women in leadership roles often have to make tough calls, engage in disciplinary decisions, and be more direct. These actions do not align with our implicit biases that women should be the nurturing, caring, and agreeable type. 

SOLUT10NS:

  • Women in the C-Suite are not alone. Gather peers who might be at risk of gender bias and create a policy process - framed in terms of research - to avoid blame and shame.

CHAMP10NS 4 CHANGE:

  • Women in the C-Suite can use the Power of Team to CHAMP10N each other and commit to make a lasting change. Educate and empower women within your organization to proactively identify solutions rather than retrospectively reacting to the problem. 

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Ignite the Power of Team

 

Hear a conversation about how social science shows that to reduce the potential for a biased response, pre-decisional and post-decisional accountability must be present. This methodology, as part of a written policy to correctly manage student complaints, is a win-win-win for students, coaches, and administrators.

 

WINNING STRATEGIES:

EDUCAT10N:

  • Be aware of the three main areas where bias often shows up against women and be proactive in addressing these biases through company policy and conversation.

SOLUT10NS:

  • Educating and reminding athletes about implicit bias, identity management, and the difficulty of the collegiate athletic process will allow the athlete to be INTENT10NAL and address concerns before assigning blame to the head coach. 

CHAMPIONS 4 CHANGE:

  • Coaches can recover their time and energy when they Ignite the Power of Team and empower athletes to take advantage of the staff and resources provided by the athletic program and the university. 

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10 Talks CONVERSAT10N

 

Hear a conversation about how social science shows that to reduce the potential for a biased response, pre-decisional and post-decisional accountability must be present. This methodology, as part of a written policy to correctly manage student complaints, is a win-win-win for students, coaches, and administrators.

 

WINNING STRATEGIES:

EDUCAT10N:

  • Coaches can recognize red flags from the ‘modern athlete’ and be proactive to address concerns.

  • The ‘modern athlete’ has different levels of expectations that influence the way they present complaints.

SOLUT10NS:

  •  To deal with complaints, coaches and administrators must work together to create a detailed policy plan containing eight essential components.

  • Individuals and organizations have the ability to reduce their potential for a biased response through accountability. 

CHAMP10N 4 CHANGE:

  • Coaches play a vital role in the growth and development of an athlete and set a powerful example as respected leaders to continue advancing the role of women. 

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Listen in on the continued conversation about Implicit Bias. Why is it important from a gender perspective and how can we minimize our biases to maintain the integrity of collegiate athletics?

 

WINNING STRATEGIES:

EDUCAT10N: How can we coach female athletes towards peak performance by understanding implicit biases towards female coaches? 

  • Establish Expectations

  • Navigate Next Level Development

  • Educate. Empower.  Deliver Excellence.

Understand where coaches employ their recipe for success but the athletes are unwilling to be physically or mentally challenged. 

 

SOLUT10NS: 

  • Understand that implicit biases exist and play an unconscious role in your life.

  • Distinguish between personal issues in the athlete’s life and athletic issues with the coach or organization.

  • Recognize that collegiate athletics is both relational and transactional.

 

CHAMP10NS 4 CHANGE: 

  • Find your ‘why’. Why is this important to you as an athlete, as a coach, as an administrator? 

  • Collegiate athletics can be positively transformative for athletes and a place to continually develop the profession of coaching when we use new strategies to systematically collect complaints and create a win-win for everyone involved.

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What is Implicit Bias?

 

Listen for an informative CONVERSAT10N about the impact of implicit bias in the sports industry

WINNING STRATEGIES:

  1. Start a CONVERSAT10N 4 Change by recognizing that implicit biases exist in most humans and organizations. Educate yourself about biases and inquire into any biases you might subconsciously hold. 

  2. Help athletes, coaches, and administrators create a Win-Win-Win for the organization by establishing guidelines for the complaint process that follow a chain of command.

  3. Set standards for acceptable coaching methods and make expectations clear between coaches and athletes.

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