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Understanding and Resolving The Most Common Biases – So You Don’t Offend People

December 6, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Dr. Abdulrehman is a consulting and clinical psychologist, & speaker with specialist training and experience in cognitive psychology and behavioral change, with a special focus on diversity and inclusion. His passionate yet calm and approachable style allows him to address complex and difficult topics with comfort, ease, and practicality.

He uses his skills as a clinician, researcher, and his lived experience as both a person of color and an immigrant, to provide a unique perspective that helps coach and guide those in leadership to gain insight and make effective change that matters. His engaging style and use of storytelling, help make the science of topics such as microaggressions, privilege, and representation, understandable and relatable to experiences we all hold as members of a larger human society, be it as a member of a minority or majority culture. His advice is practical, actionable and creates real change, from the inside out. He works internationally, primarily in North America, Africa, and the Middle East, bridging his familiarity with all those cultures.

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The concept of unconscious bias can be a vague and elusive concept for many of us. And yet, data collected from a large sample of respondents to the Bias Outside the Box tool (testbias.com) has provided a very poignant and clear picture of the biases we carry in our modern-day and allegedly multicultural society.

Attend this webinar presented by renowned cultural competency expert Dr. Abdulrehman as he shares the following:

  • The research data from the “Outside the Box” tool.
  • A greatly improved psychological conceptualization of bias.
  • Recognize the harmful impacts you risk creating.
  • How the process of mindfulness helps in identifying our biases and ways to resolve it. 

Learning Outcomes

  1. Determine how your own biases influence your behavior often increasing microaggressions – even racist behavior. 
  2. Practice ways that resolve biases through proximity to racism and cultural humility.


December 6, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm