3 Ways to Get Unconscious Bias Training at Not Cost

You have been tasked with leading Diversity and Inclusion efforts with a caveat, zero budget. We get countless emails from people like you and know that you are restless because you have a bias for action. So, we decided to put together a shortlist of web-based training you can have your employees take to begin your journey.

Training alone will not solve your problem, you need an organizational roadmap that leads you to success. However, if you insist, we suggest that you follow the learning session with a facilitated group discussion to help employees process the material & create new actions.

  1. Microsoft’s Unconscious Bias Training:  This course, will deepen your understanding of unconscious biases, how they influence behavior, and how they impact us all. You’ll also learn numerous actions you can take to help counter bias in your work environment.
  2. Facebook Managing Unconscious bias Training: This course will help you understand the business case for Diversity & Inclusion and how bias shows up in performance management.
  3.  Google’s Unconscious bias presentation: This one-hour presentation discusses biases in performance and interviewing decisions.

Don’t forget to measure outcomes to see if the training had an impact and when you are ready to go beyond training and need a roadmap to shift your organizational practices for long-term success, give us a call.

Neural Shifts
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VENUS REKOW is a behavioral architect, researcher and facilitator whose passion lies in creating diverse & equitable organizations. She translates scientific insights into actionable best practices. Venus conducts research on psychological safety and inclusion practices to help her clients strengthen their organizational cultures. As the founder of Neural Shifts, she uses her behavioral analytical skills to get to the root of the behavior and facilitate meaningful and lasting change. She holds a B.S. in psychology from Boise State University; a M.S. in Organizational Development from Seattle University; a M.S. in Neuroscience from University of Oberta, Spain; and Certified in Behavioral Economics from Harvard University, Certified executive coach from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching and the Neuroleadership Institute.
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