How to Remove Unconscious Bias for Improved eLearning

It’s been a privilege for us at ThinkingKap to have worked on as many Diversity & Inclusion courses as we have over the years. I care deeply about accountability and keeping peoples’ biases in check. I pride myself on being an extremely objective person (at times too much so) and would love to think that I am without biases. But I know that’s not the case. Nobody is. And while that in itself presents somewhat of a problem, it’s more about how we proceed from there. Do we blindly follow our unconscious bias? Or do we step back, acknowledge our initial inclination may not have been objective, and make a more balanced decision?

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