Our unconscious bias workshops offer you greater flexibility to see beyond your perceptions. You will explore and implement alternative mental models that will expand your ability to choose wisely. The more we talk about and accept our own biases, the more we move from the unconscious to the conscious.

Uncovering Unconscious Bias Workshop - 90 Minutes

Learning Objectives: 

Participants learn what unconscious bias is, how it affects relationships and decision-making. 

 Participants will:

  • See how bias can affect their choices at work.

  • Develop new practices and skills to minimize bias in business decisions.

Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Participants will:

  • Develop new language and awareness about psychological safety;

  • Practice in small groups creating psychological safety;

  • Create a plan to develop psychosocial safety in the workplace; and

  • Gain skills to work effectively with coworkers to establish psychological safety in the workplace.

Scorecard Interviewing Workshop

Participants will:

  • Develop an interview scorecard to make the interview process more productive and consistent.

  • Use scorecards as a framework to align teams behind a standard set of criteria for assessing candidates.

Creating a Conscious Bias Action Plan 90 - 120 Minutes

Learning Objectives: 

Participants will: 

  • Explore ways to apply tools to mitigate bias in their workplace;

  • Create an action plan, including to develop and test one or more solutions in their workplace; and

  • Develop DE&I solutions in partnership with team.

Creating Safe Feedback

Participants will:

  • Genuinely respects the potential worth of individuals;

  • Trusts their capacity for self-direction;

  • Learn to be generous listeners; and

  • Learn how to give feedback that is specific, actionable, and leads to solutions

Experiential Interviewing Workshop

Participants will:

  • Assess candidate's skills using experiential interviewing.

  • Determine a candidate's ability based on a demonstration of actions

  • Create an interview process that allows candidates to be evaluated based on their performance of tasks relevant to the job.

  • Reduce reduce bias by witnessing candidates in action.

Removing Bias from Job Descriptions

Learning Objectives: 

Participants will create job descriptions that mitigate dimensions of diversity.

  • Review and highlight bias in job descriptions.

  • Create critical questions designed to uncover the goals the position seeks to attain.

  • Mitigate bias in JD's.

Generous Listening

Participants will:

  • Practice listening in a generous way;

  • Provide the speaker with feedback on what they heard;

  • Create language to develop spaces for generous listening at work;

  • Learn to be generous listeners;