“The Code of Curiosity: Unbiased Interview Strategies” begins a journey of awareness of our own biases. This session creates a safe environment for all of us to begin to explore all the influences that have formed our biases. It helps us develop a vulnerability to explore what triggers us, what causes us to express our biases in positive and negative ways. And it gives us hope through knowledge because we are all biased, we are not broken, and we are just human. Finding that common ground gives us all a starting point to work together to be more curious and to build a more inclusive workplace. We begin building that inclusion through the candidate experiences we create and the way we approach our interviewing, and this session will give attendees simple takeaways to make impactful changes to current interview processes.
How to be more aware of their own biases through a better, scientific understanding of why we're all biased
Common mistakes and expert tips for interviewing
How to build interview questions that drive curiosity and help you and your team "screen in" candidates instead of "screen out"
UB has a passion for helping #PEOPLEMATTER. He has a clear perspective of the good, bad and ugly of how companies are being built. Surviving workplace violence and his Latino background define that perspective. As such, he is an advocate for people safety and happiness. He thrives in helping people overcome internal obstacles to be better humans to themselves and others.
As an advocate he helps companies attract, hire and develop more inclusive and diverse talent. He speaks about the future of work and building inclusive companies. He strives to help people understand their own biases so they can choose to be more curious and inclusive.
Most importantly he makes connections that maximize impact. After all, "Connections" is in his title. All people strive to make connections. Most struggle to make the right ones. Through listening, understanding and storytelling UB can do just that.
CEO, Co-founder & Facilitator at Breaking the Bias