ADAPTIVE LEARNING

Inclusive Culture & Unconscious Biases

At the heart of the Above & Beyond Academy are our Adaptive Learning Courses, that have been developed with Area9 within their online adaptive learning tool, as a way to implement D&I training and raise awareness across an organization: with the accessibility and broad impact of online training and the personalization and individual impact of 1 on 1 tutoring.

The three training courses build on current research and theory providing an understanding of how unconscious bias and lack of diversity in the organization affect both the individual and the company’s results.

INCLUSIVE CULTURE & UNCONSCIOUS BIASES

Inclusive Culture & Unconscious Biases

Build common knowledge and a solid understanding of inclusive leadership and unconscious biases for all managers and leaders in your organization. This tool examines inclusive culture, the meaning of unconscious biases and the importance of diversity, with interesting examples, facts and theories.

Duration: 29 min. (approximately)
Learning objectives: 32
Questions (probes): 46
Price: Per user
Number of participants: Unlimited
Language: Danish/English
Target group: People managers

Inclusive Culture & Unconscious Biases​

Course Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of Diversity and Inclusion for the organization
  • Become more aware of your own unconscious biases and the role they play in decision making
  • Learn how you as a leader can contribute to make a more inclusive and productive workplace

Key topics:

  • The benefits of Diversity & Inclusion
  • The elements of an including culture
  • The people manager’s role in creating an inclusive workplace
  • Unconscious biases and the role they play in leadership
  • Unconscious bias and decision-making
  • Inclusive communication and cultural intelligence

UNDERSTANDING AND OVERCOMING UNCONSCIOUS BIAS

Developing and maintaining an inclusive culture means addressing the unconscious biases that have been found to adversely affect hiring and selection processes. One way to do this is through bias training.

Unconscious biases tend to arise because our brains have a strong desire to make quick and final decisions to eradicate possible doubt, insecurity or ambiguity, but this is incompatible with the conscientious decision-making that should govern hiring practices.

As such, we have developed our tools and workshops to define and raise awareness about biases, and the ways they can manifest themselves.

By becoming aware of ingrained biases, and working to diminish them, companies can develop a culture that is more curious, open to new ideas, and most importantly, inclusive.

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