What is the Recognizing and Managing Unconscious Bias Training?
Recognizing and Managing Unconscious Bias is a training tool that can be leveraged by DEI practitioners as part of their training offerings. The tool is designed to help managers and leaders recognize situations where bias may have impacted his or her decision-making process and behaviors and how those decisions can impact others. Additionally, the conversations and exercises built into the agenda will help participants recognize and manage bias within themselves.
Who is it designed for?
The intended participant is any individual, people manager or leader within the organization. This workshop is designed to be delivered by diversity and inclusion practitioners and trainers and/or a facilitator who has training skills and knowledge of diversity and inclusion. Some facilitation skill and an intermediate level of DEI competency is required to lead a successful meeting.
How can you use it?
This workshop can be included as part of your organization’s internal DEI training offerings or new employee orientation and is suitable for all employees at all levels. You will find the PowerPoint presentation to accompany this facilitator’s guide as well as all the support materials on the Inclusion Learning Loop.TM
This session can be effectively executed in 90-120 minutes depending on the size of the group and the amount of time you want to dedicate to discussion.
This training is designed to help individuals recognize and manage bias within themselves and others.
- Deepen your understanding of conscious and unconscious bias
- Develop tools to identify how bias may be impacting your decisions and behaviors
- Gain strategies for managing your bias and its impact
- Create a set of actions for dealing with bias in your personal interactions
Download the partial Facilitator’s Guide below. For Access to the Complete Facilitator’s Guide Contact Erica Colonero at Erica@visionspringinc.com