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Examining unconscious and conscious bias and the role it plays in workplace decisions may be the key to better understanding why diversity remains a 'work in progress'.
There has been a concerted effort over decades to establish fair and equitable workplaces where diversity and tolerance is 'the norm'. However, despite these efforts and the investment in time and resources by organisations and specialist commissions, progress in removing the barriers that limit opportunities for certain identified groups' remains largely elusive. It's time for a new approach.
This program highlights the prevalence of bias, examines the evidence, assesses progress, identifies areas of ongoing concern, and presents new ideas and frameworks to support change, call bias behaviour and improve diversity outcomes to contribute to the productivity and performance of your organisation.
If this course is "Closed" for nominations, please CLICK HERE to check if a place is available; If the session is "FULL", please nominate for the waitlist.