Loading…
This event has ended. Visit the official site or create your own event on Sched.
View analytic
Tuesday, April 18 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble Presents: It Depends On the Lens: Addressing Unconscious Bias in the Talent Acquisition Process

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

The Cornell Interactive Theater Ensemble (CITE) and the Cornell University Recruitment and Employment Center have collaborated together to develop an interactive video depiction and workshop to address unconscious bias in the hiring process.

Who should attend?

This workshop is designed for hiring managers, recruiters, and HR leadership.

What to expect

Audience members are provided an overview of the workshop and given specific instructions before they view a 15-minute video scene titled; “It Depends on The Lens.” The scene depicts an interview team in action as they provide candid feedback and opinions when discussing which applicants to advance onto the next phase of the recruiting process.

Following the video, two of the actors are introduced in character to the audience by the facilitator, who provides audience members a unique opportunity to ask questions in a guided discussion on the scenario and characters portrayed in the video.

This discussion is followed by a short research talk on unconscious bias, describing the studies used to develop the interactions depicted in the scenario.

The session concludes with a discussion of best practices for combating unconscious bias in the recruiting.

Learn more about CITE at https://hr.cornell.edu/professional-development/training/cite


Speakers
avatar for Davine Bey

Davine Bey

Director of Talent Acquisition, Cornell University
As Cornell’s director of talent acquisition, Davine Bey designs and manages staff recruitment efforts, and serves as an internal subject matter expert and internal advisor to deans, administrative heads, and central human resource partners. He establishes sustainable and measurable recruitment strategies to the Cornell community that support... Read More →
avatar for Dane Cruz

Dane Cruz

Artistic and Managing Director, Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble
As director of the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble, Dane Cruz is responsible for the research, development, and implementation of new training programs as part of Organizational Workforce Development within the Division of Human Resources at Cornell University. Over the past... Read More →
avatar for Vivian Relta

Vivian Relta

Director and Senior Facilitator, Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble
Vivian Relta serves as the human resource specialist for the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble with responsibility for client needs assessment, program design, and facilitation. Prior to returning to Cornell & the Ensemble in 2012, she served as the interim director/associate... Read More →
avatar for Jum Warritay

Jum Warritay

Associate Director and Actor, Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble
Jum Warritay has worked with the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble for the past seven years as an actor, and now also serves as program coordinator and presenter. Her work with CITE melds her interests in theatre with a vocation for public sociology. Also a PhD candidate at Co... Read More →


Tuesday April 18, 2017 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Torrey Pines 1-2

Attendees (44)