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Unconscious Bias, Diversity and Inclusion Course (1 Year)

HRdirect has partnered with Clear Law Institute to provide unconscious bias training for managers and non-managers. Clear Law’s interactive online training goes beyond detailing the benefits of a diverse and inclusive workplace to focus on practical steps that employees can take to help achieve this goal. Specifically, the course challenges learners to explore the nuances of unconscious, implicit biases, and how these biases can impact our judgements and decisions about others at work. See more details...


Pricing shown below is per seat/employee and requires an annual renewal.

This product is non-refundable and is not eligible for discounts.

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Training is offered for Managers (40 minutes) and Non-Managers (30 minutes).  The manager version includes all the same content as the non-manager version but also includes techniques for reducing bias relating to recruiting, hiring, assignments, performance assessments and promotions. 

 

 

Both versions of the training address a wide variety of hidden biases, such as those based on race, gender, religion, national origin, disability, age, and sexual orientation.  The training also addresses biases based on a variety of personal characteristics such as height, weight, and attractiveness.  See below: 

 

 

What is unconscious bias and why does it occur?
  • Intentional vs. unintentional discrimination
  • Why our brains create schemas and generalizations to process information
  • How our brains often make quick “gut instinct” decisions and then rationalize our decisions afterwards
  • Why we exhibit implicit biases
Types of Unconscious Bias
  • Implicit biases based on individual characteristics such as race, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, height, weight, and attractiveness
  • How to measure your level of bias with the Implicit Association Test (IAT)
  • How everyone exhibits some type or types of bias
  • Why people can exhibit bias against their own personal characteristics

Unconscious Bias and the Workplace

  • How implicit bias can impact the workplace
  • Examples of bias relating to gender, race, sexual orientation, and gender identity
How do we “interrupt” unconscious bias from impacting our workplace decisions and behavior?
  • Why is it difficult to eliminate implicit bias
  • How to become aware of which particular biases you may exhibit
  • How to question our automatic assumptions
  • Avoiding labels
  • Allyship: How to become an ally in the effort to reduce the impact of implicit bias in the workplace
  • Bystander Intervention: What to do if you experience or witness bias in the workplace
  • How to speak up
  • Interactions with co-workers and others in the workplace
  • Meetings
  • Assignments
  • Promotions
  • Performance evaluations
Recruiting and Hiring (Manager Version)
  • How to minimize the impact of implicit bias in the recruitment and hiring process
  • Job descriptions
  • Use of word-of-mouth recruiting
  • Reviewing resumes
  • Interviews
Assignments, Performance Assessment, and Promotions (Manager Version)
  • Work assignments
  • Task assignment assessments
  • Performance assessments
  • Promotion decisions
  • Expanding the promotion pool of candidates
Diversity and Inclusion
  • Impact of bias on organizational effectiveness
  • Strategic benefits of diverse and inclusive workplaces
  • Financial benefits of diverse and inclusive workplaces

Each course:

  • Can be accessed anywhere, anytime on a computer, tablet, or smartphone
Training is offered for Managers (40 minutes) and Non-Managers (30 minutes).  The manager version includes all the same content as the non-manager version but also includes techniques for reducing bias relating to recruiting, hiring, assignments, performance assessments and promotions. 

 

 

Both versions of the training address a wide variety of hidden biases, such as those based on race, gender, religion, national origin, disability, age, and sexual orientation.  The training also addresses biases based on a variety of personal characteristics such as height, weight, and attractiveness.  See below: 

 

 

What is unconscious bias and why does it occur?
  • Intentional vs. unintentional discrimination
  • Why our brains create schemas and generalizations to process information
  • How our brains often make quick “gut instinct” decisions and then rationalize our decisions afterwards
  • Why we exhibit implicit biases
Types of Unconscious Bias
  • Implicit biases based on individual characteristics such as race, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, height, weight, and attractiveness
  • How to measure your level of bias with the Implicit Association Test (IAT)
  • How everyone exhibits some type or types of bias
  • Why people can exhibit bias against their own personal characteristics

Unconscious Bias and the Workplace

  • How implicit bias can impact the workplace
  • Examples of bias relating to gender, race, sexual orientation, and gender identity
How do we “interrupt” unconscious bias from impacting our workplace decisions and behavior?
  • Why is it difficult to eliminate implicit bias
  • How to become aware of which particular biases you may exhibit
  • How to question our automatic assumptions
  • Avoiding labels
  • Allyship: How to become an ally in the effort to reduce the impact of implicit bias in the workplace
  • Bystander Intervention: What to do if you experience or witness bias in the workplace
  • How to speak up
  • Interactions with co-workers and others in the workplace
  • Meetings
  • Assignments
  • Promotions
  • Performance evaluations
Recruiting and Hiring (Manager Version)
  • How to minimize the impact of implicit bias in the recruitment and hiring process
  • Job descriptions
  • Use of word-of-mouth recruiting
  • Reviewing resumes
  • Interviews
Assignments, Performance Assessment, and Promotions (Manager Version)
  • Work assignments
  • Task assignment assessments
  • Performance assessments
  • Promotion decisions
  • Expanding the promotion pool of candidates
Diversity and Inclusion
  • Impact of bias on organizational effectiveness
  • Strategic benefits of diverse and inclusive workplaces
  • Financial benefits of diverse and inclusive workplaces

Each course:

  • Can be accessed anywhere, anytime on a computer, tablet, or smartphone

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