Is unconscious bias hindering you, your team or your organization? Unconscious bias is bias that happens automatically. It is triggered by our brain making quick judgments and assessments of people and situations based on our background, cultural environment, and personal experiences. Have you ever arrived home from work and don’t remember the drive at all? Or perhaps you moved, but drove to the old house on your way home. Once neural pathways are formed, like your daily commute, they become almost automatic. We don’t spend time thinking about each turn on the way home, our body just does it. While this can be helpful for remembering your route home, it can be detrimental in other areas of our lives. In this session we will explore these biases, how they might be hurting, us, our team and our organization, and what we can do to create new neural pathways and combat unconscious bias.
* Define unconscious bias * Identify the unconscious biases that might be driving you * Create an action plan to combat the unconscious biases in you, your team, and your organization
* Learn what unconscious bias is and how it can hurt you, your team, and your organization * Expose where unconscious bias might be hurting you * Learn ways to combat unconscious bias in yourself, your team, and your organization
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