When unconscious bias training is applied well it transforms cultures and behaviours. It’s so important that top teams make sure they understand what unconscious bias is and how it operates in their company.
You’ve probably heard of the term ‘micro-behaviours’, but what does it mean and more importantly, what kind of impact can it have on the creation of inclusive cultures in the workplace? Read our post to learn more about how micro-behaviours influence inclusive cultures and team performance.
What is diversity and inclusion in the workplace? And how do you get started? This 'everyone guide' offers helpful advice on everything from assembling your team of diversity champions to building a business case.
Equality training and diversity training seem to have a lot of overlap. Find out how their meanings are quite distinct and the ways in which they can help your organisation build a more inclusive culture.
People are naturally biased. Even when you intend to be completely fair, your brain has a hard time remaining impartial. But there is a lot we can do to resist bias. Read our post on why high status is no protection against unconscious bias.
Accounting for difference - EW Group on BBC Radio 4 Today Unconscious bias is like a muscle and you can learn to exercise it in different ways Starbucks is closing all 8,000 coffee shops in the USA today, 29th May, to provide unconscious bias training to all staff.…