UNCONSCIOUS KNOWLEDGE & BIAS SESSION
11AM-12:30PM 10th November 2017
The aim of this 90 minute session is to explore the role of unconscious bias in judgements and decision-making and how it leads to unintended outcomes, such as discrimination and other types of suboptimal decisions. The program will introduce participants to strategies to overcome biases that can be used back in the workplace.
This program is a highly interactive learning two-phase program comprising:
Phase 1: Unconscious Knowledge Pre-Assessment (completion of online assessment)
Phase 2: Unconscious Knowledge and Bias 90 minute Workshop
Prior to the workshop, you are to complete an online task called the Unconscious Knowledge Assessment. Your unconscious knowledge may influence your decisions and judgements at times when your ability to consciously process situations has been limited - such as when you are under time constraints, are stressed or tired, or when you are performing a familiar task. The assessment takes around 20 minutes to complete after which your report will be available to be downloaded. Please bring the report (either digitally or printed copy) with you to the workshop.
Experts in this field, Cognicity Pty Ltd, are running this session.
Please contact Yeshe Fenner (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you require further information.
Instructions for completing pre-assessment
Note: Registered participants will be sent an email by the facilitator of this session, Cognicity, prior to the retreat, with a URL and instructions for completing the assessment.
In preparation for your participation in the unconscious bias session on 10th Nov at the OzGrav retreat, you should complete a pre-assessment designed to measure your unconscious knowledge.
Instructions on how to access your assessment below. Please set aside some time to read these instructions carefully and complete the assessment in advance.
Before you begin, there are a few things you should keep in mind:
If you encounter any issues with the online assessment, or would like any assistance, please contact email@example.com