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Unconscious Bias

The training aims to raise awareness of unconscious bias, recognize individual prejudices, and empower participants to actively contribute to the creation of a discrimination-free corporate culture. Through interactive exercises and practical approaches, employees are encouraged to develop and strengthen their skills in dealing with unconscious biases.
Target group: Employees from all departments who want to be sensitized to unconscious bias. The training is suitable for all managers and employees who aim to successfully establish a discrimination-free corporate culture in their company.
Contents of the Training

  • Introduction to Unconscious Bias: Definition, types, and impacts of unconscious biases on individual behavior and organizational decisions.
  • Self-reflection and self-awareness: Exercises to identify personal unconscious biases and reflect on their influence on professional actions.
  • Impact on team dynamics and innovation: Analysis of how unconscious biases affect teamwork and hinder innovation.
  • Empathy and diversity promotion: Training on handling diversity, promoting empathy, and creating an inclusive corporate culture.
  • Action strategies against Unconscious Bias: Development of concrete measures to minimize unconscious biases, both at the individual and organizational levels.

Trainer input and group discussions, practical exercises on specific situations, group work, exchange of experiences.

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