Implicit bias refers to buried prejudices that are surprisingly influential in the decisions that people make. Even when an individual considers themselves to be open-minded and accepting of others, they may still harbor biases that affect their feelings and actions—in both positive and negative ways.

Objectives

  • Explore the common implicit biases.
  • Recognize how biases can manifest in behaviors.
  • Recognize how biases can influence choices and decisions.
  • Consider evidence-based strategies for decreasing the influence of biases in day to day workplace interactions.

Accommodations

If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, contact University Organizational and Professional Development or call 540-231-5100 during regular business hours at least 10 business days prior to the event. Additional advance notice may be required, depending on the type of program and the time necessary to secure the requested accommodation(s).

Time and Location

Dec 12, Dec. 13
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
North End Center

Instructor

Fay Allard
Community College of Philadelphia

Cost

Free, but space is limited.
All no-shows will be charged a $35 maintenance fee. Review the full cancellation policy.

Certificate Available

This workshop is a core requirement for the Diversity Advocate Certificate.