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Racial Equity in the Workplace
This course will provide leaders with the tools to raise awareness and manage Unconscious Bias in the workplace.
Please contact us to schedule private groups for this course.This course is a chance for leaders and business professionals in general who are committed to racial justice to create a business strategy to actively and strategically address racial inequity in their workplace. Systemic racism can be fought by American businesses. Indeed, many U.S. corporate boardrooms have already begun the fight through hiring practices, funding organizations and movements working to eradicate racism, and using their political power to influence federal and state legislation.But what steps can employers begin doing - today - to enhance their workplace culture to racial equity and belonging? Discussing white privilege and unconscious bias is a starting tactic.Whether you are a social service or mental health professional pursuing a unique and impactful educational experience, a student, or anyone regardless of profession who is seeking to learn how to overcome unconscious bias in the workplace, this virtual training experience will challenge you, and expose you to knowledge and skills to gain a better understanding of racial justice.
Lesson objectives help you become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. In the Anti-Racism Training course, you will:• Learn about historical events, ideologies, and social structures, and how they influence modern day beliefs, bias, and perception.• Analyze concepts of racial identity, bias, privilege, and prejudice• Reflect on your own identity, bias, privilege, and prejudice• Identify strategies to engage in difficult conversations• Reflect on ways to integrate anti-racism work into your daily lives
What is the meaning of unconscious bias?· Module 1 of Unconscious Bias in the Workplace Training will explore that question, and will unpack the relationship between historical events, institutional frameworks, the ideology of white supremacy, and how those things come together to construct the social norms, stereotypes, and bias which inform our perception and behavior.Reflect: Unconscious Bias in the Workplace Training Module 2· Identity, personal bias, white privilege, colorism, and prejudice. These are concepts that are not easy to talk about, and often bring up strong feelings, including anger, guilt, and denial. In Module 2 of Unconscious Bias in the Workplace Training, we are going to unpack them, reflect on how they impact you, and give you the tools to start making changes.
Evolve: Unconscious Bias in the Workplace Training Module 3· Becoming committed to racial justice is a big step, and it is not a one-time decision. Being an ally means making decisions every day about whether you will stand up or stay silent.· In Module 3 of Unconscious Bias in the Workplace Training, we will discuss how to be an ally, tone policing, emotional labor, how to have difficult conversations, and how your decisions to be committed to racial justice can impact your outlook on the world and your relationships.
HRCI Professional in Human Resources (PHR)HRCI Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP)
It is recommended that you attend the following two courses prior to attending the Anti-Racism Training: • Diversity and Inclusion • Cultural Competence
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