Unpacking Unconscious Bias: Strategies for Consciously Addressing Biases in Professional Settings
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How do unconscious biases arise? How does our individual bias influence our perception and our actions? What does "bias" mean?
In this interactive workshop, participants will have the opportunity to examine their own professional actions and develop strategies for dealing with unconscious bias using their own/practical examples.
Understanding what unconscious bias means
Raising awareness of how one's own unconscious biases influence one's actions.
Strategies for consciously dealing with "Unconscious Bias
Short theoretical inputs
Small group work
Postdocs, Academic Staff, Juniorprofessors
Measures to secure the sustainable Transfer of Taught Knowledge / Skills
Use examples from the participants' working environment
Developing strategies to deal with unconscious bias
Qualification of the Instructor / Coach
Anke Kautz has been working for more than 10 years as a trainer for gender diversity, conflict management, mediator and coach in scientific institutions, public authorities and small and medium-sized enterprises. She is a qualified media consultant and has 25 years of experience as a journalist.
09:00 - 16:30
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