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How Awareness, Action, and Adaptation can help us overcome our biases and seek diversity
Do you ever wonder why you instinctively react a certain way, or why it is so hard to see your own biases? This course will guide you through the basics of how our brains process information, and how that impacts our conscious and subconscious thoughts. You’ll also learn ways to identify your fight, flight, or freeze responses, and develop actions to counteract these instincts.
Did you know we are wired to not accept diversity? Find out why, and learn how to be aware of dangerous stereotypes. Since we know that biodiversity brings stability, we’ll discover ways to seek out that diversity in the workplace as well.
Written by our brain science expert Dr. Rebecca Heiss, this course will lead you on a journey to understand how you think, and how to change counterproductive patterns. By understanding the science behind our subconscious bias, you will be better able to adjust and overcome your biases to thrive in business.
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High-quality HD content in the “Uniquely Engaging”TM Bigger Brains Teacher-Learner style!
|Conscious vs. Unconscious Thought||3:23|
|Bias and the Brain||6:02|
|Categories of Subconscious Bias||4:07|
|Awareness, Action, Adaptation||5:10|
|Diversity and Overcoming Bias||2:48|
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