Bias and judgment are a fundamental part of the brain's unconscious architecture. However, when used against each other, this same bias can be highly destructive. This workshop will support participants to understand the neuroscience behind unconscious bias and the subsequent impact on their relationships and interactions.
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Bias and judgment are a fundamental part of the brain’s unconscious architecture. For much of our lives, it saves you having to re-learn the world every day. However, when used against each other, this same bias can be highly destructive.
This workshop will support participants to understand the neuroscience behind unconscious bias and the subsequent impact on their relationships and interactions. They will explore how this bias can present in the workplace and consider their shared responsibility to address unconscious bias and reduce the risk to themselves and others.
Participants will explore the science behind why we all have unconscious biases and dig deeper into some of the biases that impact us most in the workplace, reflecting on some of the situations with the most potential for bias to present itself. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, participants will explore the practical steps they can take to mitigate unconscious bias, creating an action plan for an upcoming work-based situation where biases have the potential to creep in.
Who will benefit?
who are working in teams closely with colleagues but require intervention to prevent unconscious biases impacting team wellbeing/dynamic.
Team Leaders/new managers
who are looking to increase their confidence in addressing and preventing unconscious biases within the workplace.
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