Leading Learning – Understanding Unconscious Bias
Our unconscious minds are a powerful thing. They make decisions without us even knowing about it. Unconscious biases are the underlying attitudes and stereotypes that we attribute to another person or group of people. Unconscious bias at work can be a barrier that not only prevents people from working together effectively, but also prevents creativity and innovation.
This course encourages employees to think about their own unconscious bias. It presents common examples to help learners reflect on their own way of thinking. The course also looks at the meaning of unconscious bias and ways to identify it.
- Definition of unconscious bias
- Why addressing unconscious bias is important
- Types of unconscious biases
- Identify when unconscious bias arises