How do you know if you have unconscious bias if it’s unconscious? It all begins with learning about it. Some employees do not always feel “psychologically safe” at work due to judgment or bias based on dimensions of difference. These concerns may spring from external events, but too often are the result of workplace slights, stereotypes, and micro-aggressions that, although unintentional, likely fall short of harassment. These behaviours create environments that inhibit people from being their authentic selves and contributing their best work. Discover what unconscious bias really means, including how the courts define it, and its effect in the workplace. Learn how to avoid threats of discrimination to attract and retain a diverse talent pool for your workplace.
- Learn how companies work to create an inclusive, psychologically safe workplace culture
- Identify the conditions that make employees feel psychologically safe
- Hear actionable strategies and tactics to help make psychological safety a reality in your own workplace
January 24, 2020
11:00am – 12:00pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building