Here’s the first ground rule: “Implicit bias” isn’t an accusation. It doesn’t mean you’re bad. It means you’re normal. Animals prejudge one another based on appearance. Human beings are naturally tribal. So implicit bias, as a disposition, isn’t something you learn. It’s something you learn to overcome (www.slate.com). We may think that we are fair and objective, however implicit bias is apparent in everyone. Psychologist have identified more than 150 implicit biases. What is implicit bias and why do we have them? This implicit bias training course will answer these questions and many more about how to manage implicit bias in the workplace.
Our self-guided implicit bias training course will take approximately 40 minutes to complete. It includes lessons that will help you understand what implicit bias is and why everyone has it. You will learn to recognize how implicit bias may influence our decisions and affect the workplace, while identifying strategies and solutions to reduce its influence. Sign up today and discover more ways for Total Medical Compliance to help you meet your human resource compliance needs.