Unconscious bias refers to the biases that we are unaware of but have a profund impact on the decisions we make. Unconscious bias has been shown to impact the outcomes for under-represented groups such as women in STEM fields. In our highly-evaluated training we include the concept of unconscious bias, how our brains work, what this means in the workplace and what can be done to mitigate it in decision-making processes. The training asks challenging questions of individuals and of organisations, inviting participants to reflect on where inequalities can be embedded and what steps can be taken to create inclusive workplaces. The session outlines the consequences of both conscious and unconscious bias and explores how raising awareness through a training session is only the very beginning of tackling the issue.

  • 1.5 hour introduction or half day workshop (preferred)

  • For Everyone

Testimonials:

“I feel we are much clearer about what unconscious bias is and what we can do to tackle it across the company”

“This was really interesting, informative and thought-provoking, lots to take back and share”

“I already had some knowledge of unconscious bias, but this helped to consolidate my learning and has given me a new way of looking at it”

“This was really useful and had plenty of information that we will take back and put into practice. I particularly appreciated the practical recommendation”