Most people – men and women – hold unconscious biases about groups of people.
Depending on the discipline, unconscious biases can be referred to as; schemas, stereotypes, mental models, cognitive shortcuts, statistical discrimination, implicit associations and spontaneous trait reference.
It is the tendency of our minds to apply characteristics of groups (real or imagined) to our judgements about individual group members.
Recruit With Conviction workshops provide a safe environment for participants to discover their own unconscious bias and to learn how mental fatigue can lead to cognitive shortcuts and less objective decision making.
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