The Authentic Professional: Redefining Workplace Culture Norms
How can an individual be their authentic self while also conforming to the “fit” of a particular company? The United States is famed as a diverse melting pot, yet the traditional professional mold seems to primarily cater to a specific segment of our population. Acknowledging and minimizing implicit bias in hiring practices and at work is essential to preventing a homogenized workplace. Together, let us challenge and redefine the norms of an “authentic professional”.
Jordan Westling is an undergraduate Human Resource Development intern at the School of Public Health within the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Her current work in a Career Development setting has inspired her to help others reach their full potential after graduation.
Renee Crume is a St. Thomas graduate student finishing up her M.A. degree in May. She works as the graduate intern in the Carlson School of Management Undergraduate Business Career Center within the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and a Volunteer Career Coach at St. Mary's Basilica in Minneapolis. Her passion for developing others has led to an interest in supporting clients to grow as professionals and find success in a fulfilling and meaningful career path.
Date & Time: February 27, 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Where: Davannis, Richfield, 6345 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423