Join CREW Northern Colorado for a special luncheon presentation by Kimberly Searfoorce, Leadership Development Professional at Carpe Diem Coaching and Consulting. Although bias is a natural human response, it can have a profound and negative impact on decision making and outcomes. It is important to understand, uncover and address bias to prevent these reflective responses. This session will explore the roots and influencers of bias, as well as practical ways to interrupt bias and make more intentional and data-driven decisions.
This event is open to CREW members and non-members
$25.00 for CREW members/$50.00 for non-members
This event is sponsored by:
Carpe Diem Coaching & Consulting, LLC
Human Resources & Leadership Development Professional Facilitator, Employment Attorney, Coach, Mediator
An HR professional for over 25 years, Kimberly Searfoorce holds a JD from Santa Clara University School of Law, as well as a BA in English from the University of Colorado Boulder. Prior to law school, Ms. Searfoorce gained experience in human resources, training and recruiting on the East and West Coasts.
After law school, Kimberly focused exclusively on employment law for the first eight of her nearly twenty years at Employers Council. During that time, she developed programs and facilitated extensively on legal matters including Discrimination, the Family Medical Leave Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. During the second half of her tenure at EC, Ms. Searfoorce shifted her focus to leadership development and effective communication. She presents to forums of all sizes on a variety of topics including conflict resolution, trust, and assertiveness, with a strong focus on bias and inclusion.
A member of the Colorado Bar, Kimberly is a coach (Coach U graduate) and a workplace Mediator. She is a certified Enneagram in Business and What type of Leader Are You? trainer. Kimberly is adept at inspiring insights that promote individual growth, leading to more connected and higher performing teams. She also brings a nuanced lens to employee relations and compliance challenges, resulting in fewer workplace legal concerns.
An intermittent marathoner and zealous Chicago Cubs fan, she isthemother of three humans and two canines, Wrigley and Sydney.