Our Unconscious Bias Workshop enables participants to gain an understanding of how the brain makes quick judgements and assessments of people and situations; learn how biases are influenced by background, cultural environment and personal experiences; and reflect on how they might affect work and organisations.
Our approach combines the science and theory behind unconscious bias training with practical tools, strategies and frameworks that can be applied immediately by team members in their day-to-day work.
Sign up to one of our upcoming Unconscious Bias Workshops.
Unconscious Bias (sometimes known as Implicit Bias) refers to the associations between various qualities and social categories (such as race, gender, disability or class) that we generally are not aware of.
Failure to address unconscious bias in the workplace can have negative consequences including:
Promoting a culture of respect for difference encourages diverse ideas to be expressed, and these diverse ideas lead to greater creativity and innovation.
With that diversity comes:
In addition to bespoke in-house training we also offer regular public training sessions.
The 3 hour Unconscious Bias Workshop enables participants to: gain an understanding of how the brain makes quick judgements and assessments of people and situations; learn how biases are influenced by background, cultural environment and personal experiences; and reflect on how they might impact on work and organisations.
Participants are encouraged to consider how they can be more mindful moving forward.
Prices depend on the training time and number of participants.
Please get in touch using the form below to discuss a bespoke quote to fit your needs.
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