Bias / Unconscious Bias Training
Consciously Overcoming Unconscious Bias™ is a conversational, easy-to-use program that shows how unconscious bias, micro-inequities, and micro-affirmations overlap in the workplace. It presents all three of these timely topics together, so they're simple to understand.
Bias costs organizations billions in lost productivity, high turnover, and low morale, not to mention the risk of expensive litigation. This DVD-based course, featuring Dr. Sondra Thiederman, targets the more subtle forms of bias that insidiously undermine our ability to build truly inclusive workplaces.
Developed by experienced employment attorneys and trainers, Creating the Respect Effect is a cost-effective and results-oriented video-based training program for employers seeking to improve and enhance work environments and reduce the risk of legal claims arising from employment issues. This distinctive classroom course educates your managers and employees about the characteristics and the benefits of a respectful work environment.
This new program deals with the respect and inclusion component of diversity - from the employee's perspective. M.E.E.T.: Breaking New Ground will provide your employees with the tools they need to understand and manage their behavior as it relates to others in the workplace.
Release - 2005
Video Streaming Also Available
Diversity: The Real Scene provides a multitude of scenarios which invite participants to think about what behaviors are discriminatory, how co-workers can learn to work together and what their responsibility is regarding the treatment of others.
Video Streaming Also AvailableHelp all employees experience, first hand, the critical role respect plays in ensuring compassionate and effective healthcare!
Because much of our learning takes place at an unconscious level, we are not aware of the fact that it exists, hence the term “unconscious” bias. By being self-aware and willing to engage with others when bias is unintentionally implied or expressed we can better resolve problems and promote more effective working relationships.
Much of our learning takes place at an unconscious level - hence the term “unconscious” or "hidden" bias. Managing others to be self-aware and willing to engage fellow employees, customers and vendors when bias is unintentionally implied or expressed is key to better resolving problems and promoting more effective working relationships.