Blind Spots - Diversity and Ethics


Description
Is Your Biology Working Against You?
This course will help you understand how our minds create blind spots and subconscious bias, and teach you how to evaluate the subconscious drivers that lead to ethical breakdowns.

After taking this course, the learner will be able to apply their knowledge of blind spots in two important areas of business:
Diversity
      Understand of the roots of subconscious bias
      Evaluate the relative importance of equity in the workplace
      Analyze fears associated with people of diverse backgrounds
      Recognize implicit blind spots on a personal and organizational scale
      Evaluate how companies fair when they ignore diversity blind spots
Ethics
       Evaluate the subconscious drivers that lead to ethical breakdowns
       Create a road map to keep blind spots in check to minimize the opportunity for ethical lapses
       Remember the ABCs (Awareness, Breath, Choices/Consequences)
       Evaluate ways to move from survive to thrive mindset
       Understand how reliance on the subconscious can lead to ineffective or unethical decision-making
Content
  • Blind Spots
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed