NAWBO Oregon Professional Development Forum - Micro-learning on interrupting bias in our decision-making with Danae Sterental.
About this Event
Join us for anINTERACTIVE ONLINE WORKSHOPto unpack some key biases that get in the way of moreequitable, intentional decisionsin our day-to-day as business owners and people managers.
During our time together we will unpack:
Howbias creeps into our decision-making moments
A couple of the common biases andtips to interrupt them
How to identify and interruptbias in our business systemsas we design them
This workshop will be led byDanae Sterental,an entrepreneur, educator, culture designer, and executive coach. She is the founder ofHereWe, a company that helps startup- and growth-stage leaders make their company cultures explicit, aligned, and equitable.
TheNational Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social, and political spheres of power worldwide by:
Strengthening thewealth-creating capacityof our members and promotingeconomic developmentwithin the entrepreneurial community
Creatinginnovative and effective changein the business culture
Buildingstrategic alliances, coalitions, and affiliations
Transforming public policyand influencing opinion makers
About Danae Sterental
A Stanford Graduate School of Business alumna, Danae has managed Google’s employment brand globally, worked as an Organizational Designer at IDEO and continues to partner with Stanford faculty on courses like “Entrepreneurship from Diverse Perspectives” and "The Psychology of Startup Teams". Danae is originally from Venezuela and her experience as an immigrant is at the core of how she approaches her work. Her personal passions include salsa dancing and any activity that sparks self-reflection in groups.