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Course Reviews: Understanding and Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work

Attorneys Rate this CLE Course 4.70 out of 5 Stars Based on 8,730 Ratings
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Excellent presentation. Very informative.
- Frederick d
This subject was presented is respectful and comfortable way. The subject itself encourages all of us to inspect our own unconscious bias.. It was very effective.
- Suzanne F
This is the best course I've ever viewed about implicit bias!
- Lauren I
Actually so impressed with this lecture. It can be so difficult to make this lecture enjoyable and interesting because sometimes it feels forced or preachy to talk about this subject matter BUT this professor did such a fantastic job. Actually so informative and interesting to hear all the studies she referenced. Really absolutely loved this lecture and hoping Lexvid will have more videos by this professor in the future.
- Olesya K
Interesting information, good advice, presented very well.
- Linda M
Well constructed, fluid presentation, good examples.
- Mark H
I think the speaker was effective, knowledgeable and engaging so I don’t think she needed to put so much information into the slides. It was hard to follow at one point. I do think this is an important topic and appreciate her level of expertise.
Absolutely fantastic. Top notch.
- Benjamin A
i work a lot with implicit bias as a mediator and am familiar with the concepts. The presenter did a great job identifying these issues. thanks.
- Steven M
EXCELLENT presenter! Very knowledgeable; presented very interesting & helpful & sometimes surprising info. Very enjoyable to listen to.
- Mary L
This was a most informative and interesting program full of practical and useful information. The speaker was engaging and knowledgeable.
- James P
I am inspired..... this course should be mandated for all
- ann-marie r
Excellent presenter and presentation! Clear materials and her delivery made it a pleasure to watch.
- Heidi B
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.
Very well done and very helpful.
- Richard R
Loved the presentation. Learnt quite a lot. Thank you Ms. Vida
- Chigozie O
Excellent presenter and presentation. Very valuable concrete suggestions of what I can do as a manager to identify my own biases in the workplace.
- Elizabeth G
Excellent! Very informative and interesting.
- ilene g
Excellent course. I never realized that even judges may not be able to control, or even be aware, of their biases and how that might influence their decisions -- even without their realization!
- Joseph D
Overall very insightful - thank you.
- Inge C
Excellent program! Very inspiring in these tough times!
- Nicole Z
she gave me a lot to think about. i especially liked the brain scan discussion and also that she tried to remove a feeling of guilt for having unconscious bias.
- Carol R
The presenter was very good, very knowledgeable. Some of the examples she gave made me wince about my own mistakes, but she was persuasive and helpful and not challenging. Made me feel bad for the people who have to put up with stereotyping all the time, though I have been stereotyped a few times myself, so I have some idea about it. I really liked the studies she gave, especially about judges, will look some of them up. Try making some of them hot links. Amazing how difficult it really is to be neutral! Try to enlarge the time slider on the bottom, sometimes I miss things and try to go back but it is too small to be accurate.
- Conrad W
Very well done; learned a lot from this instructor; and, went beyond law and learned something about people and myself.
- Mark W
The course presenter Ms. Vida Thomas is excellent. She clearly is knowledgeable in all the topics presented and is able to convey the theory and practice to enable the listener to actually understand and recognize the several areas of bias as well as practical methods to address same.
- Thomas B