There has never been a more critical time to commit to building inclusive organizations. Our communities need to see leadership and action in the wake of cultural reckoning with racial and social injustice. But to truly make meaningful change, we must understand our capacity for change.
how individual and organizational biases create inequities
biases emotionally and intellectually
individual and organizational biases with commitment
Uprooting Bias Online Challenge is a 9-lesson learning tool that helps employers train and assess team members. It measures employee readiness while also providing basic DEI training. The results help inform strategies for building an organization’s capacity to advance DEI, but they also set employees up to successfully engage in their own DEI growth journey.
This tool measures how committed employees are to making a change in their organizations and how capable they feel. In addition, employees can share what support they think they need to accomplish goals in uprooting bias, including accountability, peer support, more tools, more clarity in defining goals and help get organization buy-in.
Prompts will include self reflection, quizzes, videos, and other interactive content.
Designed for individuals to work at their own pace, employees can complete the challenge individually over four to five hours at times that fit into their schedules.
You’ll use an online learning dashboard that works great on desktops, tablets, and smart phones. There will also be some external links to videos and articles. You don’t need any special apps to participate.
Most prompts include online sharing as a way to process the concepts. Only the Step Up administrators will see individual responses connected to names.
‘Intent versus impact,’ what does it really mean? In this 6 module online learning experience, participants will explore the real impact that microaggressions have on employees, teams, and entire companies. Participants will examine personal unconscious biases that commonly show up as microaggressions, sometimes so subtle they go unnoticed by everyone but the people being impacted.