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Intrinsic Inclusion™
Rebooting Your Biased Brain





Because we are human, we are inherently biased.
 While our brains are amazing, processing millions of bits of information that bombard us daily, our brains take shortcuts (in the form of biases, stereotypes, and other mental frameworks) to speed up the process of decision-making. Not all these shortcuts are good; and since they control decision-making, we often come up short. We unintentionally exhibit implicit bias which can limit our achievements in innovation, excellence, and productivity.

While Lionbridge has always worked to remove explicit bias, our attention is focused on also working to remove implicit bias. In alignment with this commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), join us in welcoming author and renowned DEI expert Vincent Randolph Brown of V. Randolph Brown Consulting (VRBC), a certified minority business enterprise (MBE). Vincent has recently released a book, “Intrinsic Inclusion™: Rebooting Your Biased Brain,” based on newly published groundbreaking research. This keynote will equip attendees with specific skills and tools to support awareness, adoption, and accountability of DEI and belonging initiatives. 

Join this 90-minute keynote to review:

Intrinsic Inclusion™: Pushing the Pause Button
In this experience, leaders will learn the basics of behaving inclusively and how to leverage the “Power of the Pause” effectively against instinctive mindsets that govern biased behaviors.

Intrinsic Inclusion™: Practicing the Pause 
Here, leaders will practice four T.R.U.E. Bias Disruptors that enable inclusive behaviors through shared trust, respectful empathy, connected understanding, and significant emotional relationships.
 




Looking for more information on this topic? Here's what some of Lionbridge's leaders had to say about building a more inclusive society with language increasing fairness. Interested in ensuring that your content is inclusive and free from biased language? Reach out to us.


Ongoing clinical trials have been suspended or modified in large numbers and the race for a vaccine for Covid-19 triggers rapid clinical trial conduct and regulatory approvals.

Even though virtual clinical trials may have accelerated out of necessity during the crisis rather than planning, the benefits of virtual or hybrid clinical trial execution are starting to show in the clinical research environment. For remote trial conduct to be a success within global clinical programs, trial sponsors need to build execution models that incorporate communication, technology and language strategies.

In this webinar, Lionbridge will talk about the implications of Covid-19 on the current clinical trial landscape and offer perspectives on the value of multimedia, language and electronic data capture of clinical outcomes assessments. Working effectively in a virtual or hybrid multinational trial environment is demanding on your communication efforts as a trial sponsor.

Lionbridge subject matter experts will address some of the communication challenges that trial sponsors are faced with in a virtual trial environment, and with specific focus on communication to patients and sites.

How communication, multimedia and language can add value to virtual clinical trials

Thursday, May 7, 2020  
10am EST/ 4pm CEST

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