Got Bias? How to Develop a Mindset of Inclusion in the Workplace

Course Outline

  • Activity: Your Circle
  • The Uncomfortable Language of Diversity
  • Two Simple Yet Powerful Tools All Allies Can (and Should) Use
  • Activity: Test Your Bias (Real-time)
  • Discussion and Q&A
  • There is No Quick Fix: Resources for the Journey


  • Thursday, January 21, 2021 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST


  • $199 individual registration
  • 20% off for five or more registrations

In this half-day interactive session, TTA Senior Learning Consultant, Kisha Dixon, will help you examine your personal biases and help you build on the skills of self-awareness and self-management—so you can become a champion in your organization and inspire a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

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Kisha Dixon,
TTA Senior Learning Consultant

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Thursday, January 21, 2021

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1:00PM – 4:00PM EST

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$199 or 20% off five or more tickets

In this training, we will:

  • Establish a common language for speaking about diversity
  • Examine the impact of unconscious bias and first steps to overcoming it
  • Share two simple tools you can use to show authentic allyship with those who are most affected by social injustice
  • Provide a list of resources to help you become a champion for D&I in the workplace and create an environment where all can thrive

Join us for an open and honest conversation—to empower an empathetic mindset that sparks a change in behavior, encourages others, and promotes a culture of diversity & inclusion.

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”

—Maya Angelou

Meet Your Instructor

Kisha heashotAs a training leader, public speaker, and culture change agent, Kisha Dixon, TTA Senior Learning Consultant, has seen leadership defined numerous ways over the years. With over two decades of experience designing and facilitating behavior-based sales, coaching, and leadership solutions, Kisha’s approach is refreshingly unique. She recognizes that identifying the specific rhythms in an organization’s culture is the key to creating visible, empowering leadership, and culture change. Never one to shy away from difficult conversations about the impact of race, culture, and diversity on expectations and performance, Kisha prioritizes keeping equity and inclusion top of mind in her workshops and coaching sessions. She brings an innate ability to align an organization’s vision and its people to meet their bottom-line objectives. Clients have found her approach to building a high-performance and inclusive culture to be tangible, transparent, energizing, and honest—with a perfect touch of humor.

Some of the organizations that her work has impacted, include Esteé Lauder, Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road, Girls Scouts of America, The Coca-Cola Credit Union, Broadway Bank, and America Online.