Often called a "diversity expert," Steve readily admits that he doesn't know if that's the right title. Steve considers himself more an experienced student of human behavior. For him, issues of inclusion and diversity are fundamentally issues of human behavior in a world filled with human differences.
His life experiences and academic background in communication science, social psychology and cognitive neuroscience are the foundation from which he crafts his talks and workshops. That foundation guides his work and allows him multiple perspectives that he brings to bear on issues of inclusion and diversity.
Steve's most requested presentations & workshops include:
"You're Brain is Good at Inclusion ...Except When It's Not!"
"Unintentional Intolerance: How NICE People Make Mistakes"
"Membership Has Its Privileges"
"An Open Mind is a Terrible Thing to Close"
"Inclusion & Innovation"
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