UNCONSCIOUS BIAS AND INCLUSION
Are you intent on improving inclusion and diversity within your organisation? Do you want to encourage gender balance and create equal opportunities for underrepresented groups?
I believe diversity follows true inclusion. Unconscious biases can lead to discrimination in the workplace, low morale and higher staff turnover.
We all have (un)conscious biases; they help us make quick decisions in daily life, but when left unchecked they can hinder diversity efforts and mean that you are creating a homogeneous organisation.
Thrive Qube’s workshops on Unconscious Bias are offered at 3 levels. Awareness, Understanding and Action. Participants learn more about their unconscious biases, understand how they impact their decision making and behaviour and are given tools to take action to be more inclusive .
The training itself is very inclusive, and experiential in nature. Participants are encouraged to learn, explore and discuss in a fun, safe, non-judgemental environment.
Research shows one-off unconscious bias trainings fail. Get in touch to discuss a more targeted approach to help you create long lasting change.
- The workshops are delivered over half a day as a group session, face to face, or two sessions of 1.5 hours each when delivered online.
- Longer training programme: tailored to suit organisational needs.
- This workshop is for you if there is a mix of cultures, nationalities and generations in your organisation and you are dedicated to improving diversity and creating a more inclusive work culture.
- Past participants have included HR staff, hiring managers, employee resource groups, staff welfare officers and senior leadership teams.
- In-house or online.
Key concepts in D&I such as unconscious bias, covering, intersectionality & microaggression
Discover own blind spots through self reflection & learn how these have impacted on one’s behaviour
Take meaningful action towards being more inclusive and attracting diverse talent
Bias occurs at all stages of the employee life cycle: from application and interview stage, through to assessment and promotion.
Unconscious bias can lead to discrimination and exclusionary behaviour.