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Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias happens as our brains make quick judgements and assessments of people and situations without us realizing. Our biases are influenced by our background, cultural environment, and personal experiences. “Making the unconscious conscious will help you make more objective decisions, facilitate inclusive interactions, and create opportunities. Begin unbiasing with education, accountability, measurement, and more.” (Re:Work, "Unbiasing").

Increasingly, businesses depend on the ability to communicate effectively across differences to reflect its values to stakeholders, maintain profitability, secure good results, and achieve a reputation to admire and inspire. It is therefore important to develop a clear understanding of how to manage biases and to recognize the value of creating an open, fair, and inclusive workplace culture. This interactive course enhances your ability to be more inclusive when serving a diverse community.

Available as a public access course
This course is a non-credit public access course. Public access non-credit courses are offered at a reduced rate, and you do not need to be a King's student to register. 


Perpetuah Muthui
Pep is a passionate advocate for designing workplaces and communities that are inclusive and that empower members to be creative and innovative. Pep is a strong believer that every person has innate creativity, and if we all tap into this reality we can generate some amazing ideas and solutions in our workplaces, which has a quantum effect to having better communities.

Pep's professional qualifications include a Master of Commerce in Employment Relations and Human Resource Management from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business Administration, concentration marketing. Pep is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources with over 10 years’ experience within various industries; not for profit, IT and health care. Pep has international experience, working with humanitarian agencies as a human resource specialist where she provided leadership and direction regarding the design, execution and measurement of people/talent capability planning, development and optimization programs and solutions.

Unconscious Bias

January 30, 2018

6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.


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