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Understanding and Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work

Presented by Vida Thomas

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Course Description

Length: 1h 16min    Published: 2/12/2021    
Unconscious bias plays a role on how we organize and interpret the world. But if left unchecked, such biases can - and do - have significant consequences in the real world. We must understand our biases, and the vulnerability we have to be influenced by cognitive biases, in order minimize their harmful effects. In this program, attorney Vida Thomas will help viewers do just that, covering topics such as: the forms of unconscious bias; the impact bias can have on working professionals, the IAT and what it can teach us about unconscious bias, and the risks of confirmation bias.
Learning Objectives
* Understand what unconscious bias is
* Understand the effects unconscious bias can have on lawyers and other working professionals
* Learn how to identify and mitigate against harmful unconscious bias
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Presented By:

Vida Thomas

Berkley, CA


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"An interesting and comprehensive presentation of a very current subject. - Thank you very much!"

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"The most practical and illuminating training I have every attended on bias! It also gave me a much greater appreciation for process and procedures I had never previously understood."

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