In Partnership with Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District.
Intended audience is Human Resource staff, administrators in charge of hiring or administrators in charge of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work in the district
- Series 1 – October 11, 13, 18 (Tuesday/Thursday 1-5 pm)
- Series 2 – January 17, 19, 24 (Tuesday/Thursday 1-5 pm)
Instructor: Anne Gilles, Director, Search Advocate Program, Oregon State University
LBL ESD OFFERING AT NO COST TO OUR DISTRICTS. SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER EARLY
Each series can accommodate up to 40 people. The series will be hosted through OSU via Zoom. Attendees must register 14 days prior to the first session of each series.
The Search Advocate is a content-neutral outside process advisor for employee search and selection committees. The Search Advocate Foundations workshop series establishes a theoretical foundation of current research about implicit bias and diversity, information about the changing legal landscape in hiring, and an overview of inclusive employment principles. Using this foundation, you will begin to construct your own framework of practice, delve into specific issues that may arise at each stage of the search process, and explore various ways to head off or respond to those issues.
A separate stand-alone workshop for the interview will be offered monthly to anyone who has attended the initial series at no additional charge.