HR Uncubed 2018 Topic Highlight: Female Empowerment and Unconscious Bias

March 13, 2018 By admin

International Women’s Day proudly stormed the world last week with individuals speaking out against discrimination and the absence of women in executive roles. This begs the question: How can we remove our ingrained biases from our recruiting and hiring strategies to build harmonious and diverse teams?

At HR Uncubed, female leaders will talk about how to create a future world of work that is increasingly friendly to women. Here’s a peek at 2 of them…

Mary Alice Feinstein
Susan Gilbert
Mary Alice Feinstein (left) – Mary Alice, Staffing Manager at Google, has created a successful career based upon her practices of empathy, team-building, and conscious recruiting. Mary Alice has advocated for the recruitment of a wide array of outstanding candidates from all backgrounds, genders, and socioeconomic foundations.

Susan Gilbert (right)  Susan, Executive HR Director, at United Technologies frequently works with leaders to re-train their thought processes. She has encouraged leaders to re-think their biases and focus on meaningful professional development for all employees, particularly women.

These women will be freely sharing their solutions for the future of women in work. It’s bound to have you returning to your office with fresh ideas!

UTRC, Jet, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Spring Health are proudly sending team members to HR Uncubed.  Hope your team will be joining us as well!

If you haven’t registered yet, feel free to contact me and I’m happy to work through any concerns. Give me a shout at [email protected] to learn more about discounted tickets too!

Have a great day,


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