"Most of us believe that we are ethical and unbiased. We imagine we are good decision makers, able to objectively evaluate a job candidate or a venture deal and reach a fair and rational conclusion that is in our, and our organization’s, best interests." This is according to Harvard University researcher Mahzarin Banaji “But more than two decades of research confirms that, in reality, most of us fall woefully short of our inflated self-perception.

Please join us for a thought-provoking and action-oriented discussion led by Jeannie Collins- Ardern, Interim President & CEO of Women in Capital Markets. A leading expert in the area of unconscious bias in the workplace, Jeannie will address its impact on talent management and, more specifically, how its existence is negatively impacting corporate talent pools across all industries.