Unconscious Bias Training
Unconscious bias training is one of the positive steps organizations can take to manage hidden biases and reduce their negative effects on workplace decisions and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. Some common examples of workplace bias are believing that male employees are better at physical work, assuming individuals have a particular skill because of their race, or judging an applicant because of their last name or the college they attended.
This course is part of Traliant’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Training Suite which includes:
Research confirms that everyone has unconscious or implicit biases – it’s the way the human brain processes and categorizes vast amounts of information. However, if left unchecked, unconscious biases can lead to unfair or discriminatory behavior with negative consequences. As part of a multipronged approach to improving diversity and inclusion, unconscious bias training can help individuals recognize and manage their own biases and create a more inclusive workplace.
Online Unconscious Bias Training
Traliant’s Unconscious Bias training is a 25-minute course designed in a modern, news show format. A video host guides learners through three episodes featuring real-world examples, videos, viewer email and interactive exercises that teach employees how to recognize and manage different types of workplace biases.
Unconscious Bias Training consists of three bite-sized episodes:
This episode explores the concept of workplace bias — both conscious and unconscious — and how hidden biases affect workplace decisions and culture.
This episode covers some of the most common workplace biases, such as confirmation bias, affinity bias, attribution bias, beauty bias, gender bias, ageism, the halo effect and many others.
This episode explores some of the practices, processes and strategies to counteract workplace biases. It also addresses what individuals can do if they witness, experience or are accused of bias.
Employees and Managers gain a deeper understanding of:
- What unconscious bias is
- How biases can influence workplace decisions and interactions
- How to recognize different types of workplace biases and make more informed decisions
- The relationship between unconscious bias, diversity and inclusion and preventing discrimination
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