Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias exists in each person’s world view, affecting our behavior from the classroom to the workplace. We don’t necessarily feel it, but many of those around us do. As a result, unconscious bias creates barriers to inclusion, performance, engagement, and, ultimately, innovation. And while we cannot completely rid ourselves of unconscious bias, learning how to mitigate its impact is a skill that everyone can learn.

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Inclusion

Leading for Equity and Inclusion Virtual Workshops

Give your managers the skills they need to succeed in uncertain times.

Q&A with Minda Harts – How COVID-19 is Impacting Women of Color

Join Minda Harts and Rachel Thomas as they discuss the impact of COVID-19 on women of color and how to…

Catalyst Award Winner

Unilever: How We Achieved Gender Balance in Management and Inclusion

Aline Santos, Global Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, shares the steps Unilever has taken.

Webinar: Leading with Resiliency: Celebrating Asian Heritage

Learn more recommendations and best practices to combat racism in the workplace from Asian Women Leaders.

Unconscious Bias

Webinar Recording: International Women’s Day 2020: Now Is The Moment To #BiasCorrect

International Women’s Day (IWD) is an annual day of awareness-building and celebration, dedicated to accelerating the progress of women’s social,…

Unconscious Bias

Abrasive–or Assertive? How Unconscious Bias Affected My Career

Catalyst CEO Lorraine Hariton on how unconscious bias has affected her -- and all women.

Unconscious Bias

The Catalyst #BiasCorrect International Women’s Day Campaign Returns to Interrupt Unconscious Gender Bias in the Workplace

Campaign expanded to engage men and offer tools in multiple languages.

Unconscious Bias

CANCELLED: Interrupting Unconscious Bias, Building Inclusive Workplaces, Mississauga, ON

Given the growing concerns around COVID-19 and as a reflection of our values, we have made the decision to postpone the…

CANCELLED: Unconscious Bias: Let’s Talk About It! Tokyo, Japan

In order to avoid pandemic coronavirus infections, this event has been postponed until further notice. If you have questions, please…

International Women’s Day 2020: Now Is The Moment To #BiasCorrect

International Women’s Day (IWD) is an annual day of awareness-building and celebration, dedicated to accelerating the progress of women’s social,…

Unconscious Bias

11 Harmful Types of Unconscious Bias and How to Interrupt Them

Gender bias is just one type. Learn about others as well as how to interrupt them.

Unconscious Bias

Understanding Unconscious Bias: Ask Catalyst Express

Resources for employees to interrupt their own biases.

Gender Bias

Gendered Ageism: Trend Brief

Older workers face stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination in the workplace. Consequences of ageism affect women earlier than men and in…

Unconscious Bias

Webinar Recording: Eliminating the Double Bind

Catalyst's Kimberly Doyle reviews three predicaments that put women in a “double bind,” and how to eliminate them.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: How to Combat Unconscious Bias as an Individual

Find out how you can minimize your own unconscious bias in the workplace.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: What is Unconscious Bias?

We all have unconscious biases. Learn more about how they work and how you can overcome them.

Unconscious Bias

Infographic: How to Combat Unconscious Bias as a Leader in Your Organization

Leaders can be role models demonstrating how to thoughtfully change behavior to overcome unconscious bias.

Unconscious Bias

Interrupt Unconscious Bias: Become an Inclusive Leader

This Catalyst Roundtable is hosted by OpenText, delivered by Interweave, and powered by Catalyst.

STEM

Retaining Women in STEM: Knowledge Burst

This 10-minute microlearning teaches managers how to retain more women in STEM by giving inclusive feedback.

Inclusion

Running More Inclusive Meetings: Knowledge Burst

This 10-minute microlearning will teach you how to run a more productive, inclusive meeting and get better decision-making with less…