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Last week, I traveled to the University of North Georgia to present a talk about “Unconscious Bias.” I recorded it so I can share it with you at least a part of it. I talk about how it affects everyone in their career, life, and workplace.
This is an important topic to me as it affects the job search. In the end, I hope we can create amicable and responsive dialogue to take out bias in the job search process.
As always, I invite you to join the conversation. Here are three ways you can do so:
- Call and leave a voicemail at 708-365-9822, or text your comments to the same number
- Go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com, press “Send Voicemail” button on the right side of your screen.
- Send email feedback to [email protected]
Unconscious Bias: Fear of the unknown
During my talk, I discuss how a safe environment to make the unconscious “conscious” was key. I posed the question as a theme how can we have respectful and amicable dialogue during the process. Everyone must feel alright about working through the language of bias and dismantling differences. Since my talk targeted the Student Affairs division and students, much of it was for them. My total talk was approximately an hour and a half.
Need help with your career goals, directions, or efforts? Do you need coaching or instruction? I am here for it!
If you’re in Chicago, you might be interested in my live event on February 12. Tony Chatman is my guest and we will discuss “Unconscious Bias” and how it affects your career. We will also stream it on Facebook Live if you go to The Voice of Job Seekers Facebook page about 2pm CST.
If you want to join me, send me a note. Send it to [email protected] or call 708-365-9822 for more information. You can text me at that the same number and I will respond.
About Mark Anthony Dyson
I am the "The Voice of Job Seekers!" I offer compassionate career and job search advice as I hack and re-imagine the job search process. You need to be "the prescription to an employer's job description." You must be solution-oriented and work in positions in companies where you are the remedy. Your job search must be a lifestyle, and your career must be in front of you constantly. You can no longer shed your aspirations at the change seasons. There are strengths you have that need constant use and development. Be sure you sign up to download my E-Book, "421 Modern Job Search Tips 2021!" You can find my career advice and work in media outlets such as Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Glassdoor, and many other outlets.