Unconscious Bias

Unconscious biases often are the underlying attitudes and stereotypes that many people unconsciously attribute to another individual or group of people that affect how they understand and engage with a person or group.

Apparent unconscious bias in the workplace, also known as implicit bias, is far more prevalent than conscious discrimination and often incompatible with one’s conscious values. Bias is a prejudice in favour of or against one thing, person, or group from a certain culture compared with another, usually in a way that is considered to be unfair.


This 90-minute virtual or in-person interactive workshop includes exercises, breakout sessions and a Q&A session.

Who should attend

This workshop is suitable for all your employees and essential for your human resources personnel, managers and supervisors.

Learning Outcomes

  • Your team will come to understand the different types of biases that exist in their workplace.
  • Your staff members will clearly understand the dire consequences if unconscious biases are not checked.
  • Your management team will know what steps to take to overcome these biases.
  • Your employees will know what steps they need to take to overcome their own unconscious bias.


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