Unconscious Bias Training
Unconscious Bias training that supports your employees to inclusively navigate the workplace. Get a training quote in less than 60 seconds.
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Unconscious Bias Training Outline:
- Awareness, understanding and addressing Unconscious Bias in the workplace.
- How biases create and impact micro-aggressions
- Unconscious Bias in Job Role Recruiting and Processing.
- Safe Space Facilitation and Discussion Forums.
- Limbic response to Unconscious Bias.
Our Unconscious Bias Training is suitable for Employees, CEO’s, CMO’s, Managers, Senior Level Staff, and Internal Recruiters.
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Benefits of Unconscious Bias Training
Unconscious bias & Micro-aggressions can be difficult to understand if you have never experienced them, or in some cases you’re not aware of them. Yet, unconscious bias micro-aggressions & have profound effects on employee’s mental health and well-being, and can also lead to employees leaving organisations.
Our Unconscious Bias Training supports the mental health of your employees, whilst improving workplace culture.
Unconscious Bias Workshops & Support
Conscious, Unconscious or Just Cautious?
Our Unconscious Bias & Micro-Aggressions Training is designed to educate, inform, and support participants. Whilst helping them understand the nature and effects of Micro-Aggressions & Unconscious bias in the workplace.
Lived Experience Learning
Our Unconscious bias training providers also discus their personal experiences of micro-aggressions & unconscious biases to aid your learning. Our training provides you, your employees, leadership, recruitment teams, and company directors with a clear understanding of the issues; solutions and prevention strategies around micro-aggressions & unconscious biases that will help your employees work in a safe and inclusive environment.
Our Unconscious Bias workshops are delivered face-to-face or virtually via Zoom, with facilitated full and half-day training that includes:
- Interactive workshops.
- Focus group facilitation & analysis
- Group exercises.
- Lived experience learning.
- Open safe space discussions.
Unconscious bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect a person’s subconscious feeling about things such as; beliefs, understanding race, religion, politics, stature and so on. Unconscious bias training helps to mitigate and reduce the effects of bias behaviours and attitudes in the workplace amongst employees, leadership teams, recruiters and c-suit executives.
A person’s unconscious biases can hold good, bad, and harmful assessments of others. They are usually deeply rooted in a person’s subconscious and have developed, shifted and moulded over the course of a lifetime through indirect and direct messaging. Often, bias feelings and opinions manifest into micro-aggressions which are small (and often constant) verbal, non-verbal, physical, and psychological acts that negatively impact another person or group.
Studies have shown in order to improve diversity and unconscious bias in the workplace, education, discussion and internal processes must be reassessed and addressed.
Our training helps to reduce instances of micro-aggressions bias’s towards employees, and improves staff well being, mental health, job satisfaction, workplace cohesiveness and company culture.
It is crucial to understand that while unconscious biases are often linked to negative connotations and consequences, they are also changeable through education and discussion. This means it is both important and worthwhile for companies, institutes, and organisations to educate and engage employees on what unconscious bias is, and how to prevent it impacting people in the workplace and extract the most from a team.
At Mission Diverse we believe in connecting companies with communities. Unlike some organisations, we are a non-profit company, who use the money you pay us for our training programmes, to reinvest in our Local Community Employability and Enterprise programmes.
Our employability and enterprise programmes provide education, mentoring and personal development training to people from underrepresented and disadvantaged communities. By doing this we hope to provide those from underrepresented communities with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter entrepreneurship and the workplace (…or maybe come and work in your company!).