Navigating Unconscious Bias While Perfecting Your Career: CWBA Fall DTC Networking Luncheon

  • September 14, 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Il Fornaio, DTC, 8000 E. Belleview Ave., Greenwood Village, CO
  • 16


  • Registration includes salad and choice of lunch

Registration is closed

Join us for another popular (and delicious!) CWBA annual fall member-benefit networking luncheon in the DTC. 

"Navigating Unconscious Bias While Perfecting Your Career"

Guest Speaker: Rosalie Chamberlain

Even in the best organizations, navigating firm or corporate culture is complex and a factor many of us face. Thriving amidst everyday biases, even ones you don’t realize exist, can be challenging. You need awareness and actions that help you successfully mitigate the beliefs and behaviors that hinder or block success.

Join us for a thought provoking, empowering discussion that addresses ways to:

  • Understand how you are showing up and the message you send
  • Avoid self-sabotage
  • Unravel and address fear
  • Transform cycles that perpetuate stuck behaviors
  • Boost confidence and presence
  • Increase your support system for success

Rosalie Chamberlain is the Director of Rosalie Chamberlain Consulting & Coaching. She is a nationally recognized diversity consultant, advising on a wide range of related issues, especially within the legal services arena. She has served as a speaker, facilitator and coach for law firms, legal departments, law school programs, corporate, government and private industries, both nationally and internationally.

She works with the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, Diversity Lab’s On-Ramp Fellowship Program and consulted with the Women-in-Law-Hackathon, as well as various state and regional Associations for Legal Administration chapters. In addition, she is a writer and frequent commentator on diversity, having authored Conscious Leadership in the Workplace:  A Guidebook to Making a Difference One Person at a Time (2015),, and has been quoted in numerous business and legal publications, including The New York Times.

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