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Reduce the Negative Impact of
Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Program Description

Bias impacts us all. More importantly, bias is the invisible hand that limits our ability to experience breakthrough results and reach our goals.

In this course, you will learn about different kinds of bias, why bias exists, and explore examples of subtle and not-so-subtle ways that bias can curtail Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in workplace settings.

You will learn about concepts that are popularly discussed right now, including topics like implicit bias and microaggressions.

By the end, you will gain specific tools and resources for addressing your own bias and that of others in your workplace in ways that are constructive, non-judgmental or shame-inducing, and lead to measurable change.

If you are a manager, supervisor, have responsibility for hiring, promotion, coaching, dealing with conflict in any way, this course is for you.

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July 11 - August 12, 2022

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Who is this course for?

This course is for both individuals & organizations that:

  • Want to learn about how bias negatively affects the workplace, even when it cannot be seen.
  • Have a need to reduce or eliminate bias from their workplace culture.
  • Seek breakthrough thinking, competencies and tools to advance personal and/or professional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion goals.
  • About the Course

    • Learn about Bias in the Workplace

    • Learn about Bias in the Workplace Understand how bias limits your workplace goals.


    • Gain Tools to Address Bias

    • Discover non-judgemental EDI resources to address bias.


    • Take action

    • Develop a concrete plan to reduce the negative impact of bias in your organization.


    Learning Objective

    Participants in this course will:

  • Learn how our brains filter what we see and hear, and how this affects behavior.
  • Discover the different types of bias that exist in society and in the workplace.
  • Deep dive into the meaning of microaggressions, microinequities, and microaffirmations.
  • Identify the bias in your company‚Äôs structure, processes, and systems.
  • Develop a concrete action plan to reduce or eliminate bias in your workplace culture.