Our brains are incredibly powerful in making rapid assessments of people and situation to respond instantaneously. This lightening speed reaction is unconscious. In doing so, we are susceptible in making biased decisions. Biases are influenced by our background, cultural environment and personal experiences. We may not even be aware of these views and its impact on the people and the environment.
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WHAT YOU GAIN FROM THE PROGRAMME?
The program aims to increase awareness of unconscious bias in the workplace and its impact on organisational culture and performance.
- Recognise what is unconscious bias and when it occurs
- Identify the impact of unconscious bias in the workplace
- Explore strategies on how to minimise unconscious bias in the workplace
WHAT WILL BE COVERED?
Defining unconscious bias. Why does it matter?
The harm of unconscious bias
What we can do about it?
WHO IS THIS FOR?
- Leaders & Managers
- HR Professionals
- L&D Professionals
- Business Owners
- Project & Program Managers
Bias, like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder. Facts are your firewall against bias.
HOW DOES THIS LOOK LIKE?
A 2-hour interactive workshop that includes activities, group discussion, self-reflectionand Q&A. Available as:
- in-house program
- virtual sessions
This program can be customised to your specific needs such as location (in-person or online), timing (time zones), technology (Zoom, Skype, etc) and many others.