Unconscious Bias

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Unconscious Bias

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Course Objectives:

  • Define various types of unconscious biases.
  • Identify where these biases come from and how they are engrained in our decision making.
  • Successfully confront these biases individually.
  • Identify the effects of these biases in the workplace.
  • Exhibit how to implement an unconscious bias-based training in the workplace.
  • Identify the steps for handling an bias-based complaint at work.

Unconscious Bias

Unconscious biases are the biases that everyone has, that live in the dark recesses of the human brain.  These biases are grown in each individual and can greatly influence the day to day decision that are made both at home and at work.

This course will introduce to you the ideas and techniques for defining different unconscious biases that are very common today.  It will also show the effects of these biases on the work culture and the business practices of a company.  And finally, the course will cover the steps to introducing a successful training in the workplace.Unconscious Bias

What is Unconscious Bias?

What is it and how does it affect our day to day lives?  To be able to discuss the unconscious bias that everyone possesses, the basic idea must first be defined.  From there, the causes, the effects, and the possible necessary changes can be better addressed.

There are different types of biases, and most importantly, it must be remembered that biases are not limited to just race or gender biases.  The subject of unconscious bias is detailed and needs to be fully understood.  They are collected over a lifetime, and often affect decision making, especially in the moment that a snap decision needs to be made.

There are two categories of bias in studies today:  conscious or explicit biases and unconscious or implicit biases.  Unconscious bias is usually thought of as social stereotypes that typically focus on others that are not from the same conscious area.  Here are some quick facts about unconscious bias:

  • It is more common than the conscious or explicit bias.
  • It may not concur with the conscious bias of an individual.
  • It may be triggered by an event or situation.

Course Objectives:

  • Define various types of unconscious biases.
  • Identify where these biases come from and how they are engrained in our decision making.
  • Successfully confront these biases individually.
  • Identify the effects of these biases in the workplace.
  • Exhibit how to implement an unconscious bias-based training in the workplace.
  • Identify the steps for handling an bias-based complaint at work.

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