Duration: 3 hours
Managing Unconscious Bias is an essential skill for individuals and organizations seeking to create a more equitable workplace. This interactive workshop offers a comprehensive understanding of unconscious bias and the science behind it. Participants will be guided through a range of activities and discussions to help them identify their biases and learn how to mitigate them. By understanding the impact of unconscious bias, participants will gain valuable insights into how they can build a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
This workshop is ideal for individuals at all levels of an organization who want to create a more inclusive culture. Participants will learn how to recognize their biases and how these biases can affect their decision-making processes. By identifying and mitigating these biases, individuals can make better decisions and create a more inclusive environment for their colleagues. The workshop is led by experienced facilitators who are well-versed in the latest research on unconscious bias and its impact on the workplace.
This highly rated workshop is not only informative but also enjoyable for participants. The interactive nature of the workshop ensures that participants are engaged and actively involved in their learning experience. Through group discussions, case studies, and practical exercises, participants can apply the strategies they learn to their own workplace. The workshop’s focus on real-life examples and scenarios makes it easy for participants to understand and apply the concepts to their day-to-day work. Participants consistently provide positive feedback on the workshop, noting that it has helped them to identify their biases and provided them with strategies to mitigate them. Overall, this workshop offers an excellent opportunity for individuals and organizations to learn and grow together in a supportive and enjoyable environment.
This Managing Unconscious Bias workshop is offered in Singapore and virtually. It is designed to meet the needs of organizations operating in this region. Singapore is a dynamic and diverse city-state that attracts a diverse range of individuals and organizations. By attending this workshop, participants will gain a better understanding of how to create a more inclusive multi-national workplaces.