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Exploring Identities: Intro to Socio-Economic Status

  • Connections & Outreach
  • Webinar
  • 1 CE Hour

Description

In this session, participants will explore the concepts of socioeconomic status, social class, and wealth vs. income.  Through group dialogue and activities, they will have the opportunity to discuss how these concepts can lead to exclusion both in and out of the workplace. Finally, participants will engage with practical strategies that may be applied to mitigate the negative impact of socioeconomic status bias on personal and organizational levels.

Notes: 

To ensure a safe and open learning environment for this topic, our session will not be recorded and will not be available in our Training Archive. 

Who Should Attend

Any library staff member interested in learning more about aspects of identity related to socioeconomic status and how bias can lead to exclusion.

Presenters

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SHIFT Consulting

Training for this session will be provided by team members from SHIFT Consulting—the professional services division of The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio. SHIFT Consulting focuses on leadership and organizational development initiatives with a justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) lens that supports the development of inclusive environments where all feel connected, respected, and valued.