In this session, we will cover the various types of biases that can influence our thinking and decision-making, including personal, cultural, and institutional biases.
We will also explore techniques and frameworks for identifying and addressing biases in order to make more informed and objective decisions.
By the end of this session, you will have the knowledge and skills to recognize and address biases in a variety of work settings.
- To understand the different types of biases that can influence thinking and decision-making
- To identify and recognize personal, cultural, and institutional biases
- To apply techniques and frameworks for addressing biases
- To utilize these skills in work settings
- Lecture on key concepts
- Group discussions and activities
- Individual and group exercises to practice identifying and addressing biases
(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)
- Implicit Association Test (IAT) – a framework that measures unconscious bias by evaluating the speed and accuracy of associations made between different concepts and categories.
- Unconscious bias training – a framework that helps individuals recognize and manage unconscious biases through education, self-reflection, and practice.
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
- Group discussions on identifying biases
- Individual exercises to practice self-reflection on personal biases
- Group activities to recognize cultural and institutional biases
- Case studies to practice applying techniques and frameworks for addressing biases
Understand the different types of biases that can influence thinking and decision-making.
Identify and recognize personal, cultural, and institutional biases.
Apply techniques and frameworks for addressing biases.
Use these skills to make more informed and objective decisions in work settings, promoting fairness and inclusivity in the workplace.