24 Jul 2018

Mitigating Unconscious Bias (Language: Japanese)

Understand the process of Unconscious bias. Begin to consider how to mitigate unconscious bias in your workplace. Formulate an action plan.


Unconscious biases influence our actions every day without us realising. Our biases are shaped by past experiences and cultural norms allowing us to filter information and make quick decisions. Sometimes these mental shortcuts cause us to make inaccurate assumptions about people influencing the way we treat them and the decisions we make about them impacting engagement and bottom-line business results.

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This workshop will help you:

  • understand the process of Unconscious bias and begin to consider how to mitigate unconscious bias in your workplace.
  • Experience unconscious bias in action through mini activities
  • Develop strategies to be more mindful of the potential of bias impacting organisational processes, decisions, engagement, career opportunities, interactions and performance
  • Identify invisible assumptions and patterns of thinking, such as confirmation bias, group-think, the halo effect, stereotypes, and affinity bias
  • Assess dominant groups and ‘weighted’ competencies and the impact of assimilation
  • Consider best practices for mitigating bias
  • Formulate an action plan

Event Speakers

  • Miki Ogura

    Miki Ogura

    Facilitator, Price Global

Facilitator, Price Global

Miki Ogura

Miki Ogura is a coach, trainer/facilitator and speaker. She is specialized in coaching company professionals, women and world-class athletes as well as facilitating training programs in both Japanese and English. The focus of her coaching/training includes Diversity & Inclusion, Unconscious Biases, Leadership for Managers, Communication, Coaching, Motivation and Work Life Balance. Miki previously worked for Accenture as a consultant and as a Human Resources specialist. She is a native of Tokyo, has a degree in Financial Economics from the State University of New York College at Buffalo, and has lived and worked in Frankfurt, Germany for nearly 10 years.

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