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Reducing Unconscious Bias in the Workplace (Course)

Author: Enspark

Category: Online Management/Leadership Training > Management

Join Mark Williams, the founder and CEO of WIN Insights (a diversity and inclusion resource center), for a look at how implicit or unconscious bias can impact your behavior and attitudes in the workplace. We’re often good at recognizing and addressing blatant moments of discrimination, but what a...

Keywords: Reducing, bias, unconscious bias, implicit

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Table of Contents:

Introduction
What is Implicit Bias
Implicit bias in the workplace
Overcoming Implicit Bias
Assess organizational biases
Benefits from overcoming implicit bias
Course Summary and Test

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Browser: Internet Explorer 9 or higher, Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari JavaScript must be enabled. A computer with speakers or headphones (course contains audio narration)Mobile Devices are Supported (Android, iOS, Windows)

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    Reducing Unconscious Bias in the Workplace Join Mark Williams, the founder and CEO of WIN Insights (a diversity and inclusion resource center), for a look at how implicit or unconscious bias can impact your behavior and attitudes in the workplace. We’re often good at recognizing and addressing blatant moments of discrimination, but what a... more