Manage Unconscious Bias With Proven Training
Build the foundation for your organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion learning journey with unconscious bias training that drives measurable results.
What is Unconscious Bias?

Also known as implicit biases, these are the mental shortcuts all our brains make when we’re navigating the day. These shortcuts are based on what we’ve observed in the world around us: the advertisements we’ve seen, the television we watch, the books we’ve read, and the common sayings we’ve heard throughout our lives. And unfortunately, those observations often include stereotypes. If we aren’t aware of — or don’t manage these unconscious biases, we’re likely to make decisions that are influenced by them. While we can’t eliminate it altogether, helping employees learn how to manage unconscious bias is critical to building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

Why Manage Unconscious Bias
Deliver Unconscious Bias Training Tailored For Your Organization

Whether you’re a global, distributed workforce or a growing startup, Paradigm can help you meet your DEI goals. We know what really drives change, and have designed an approach that both raises awareness and motivates your employees to adjust their behaviors.

Our Unconscious Bias training options include:

Online Unconscious Bias Training

With Paradigm Reach, you can deliver a three-part Managing Unconscious Bias course and additional microlearning on topics like Calling Out Bias, The Relationship Between Unconscious Bias and Racism, and The Impact of Unconscious Bias on Customers.

Live, Expert-led Unconscious Bias Workshops

Our world-leading DEI experts can facilitate live discussions on unconscious bias and help your employees apply what they learn to their everyday work.

Resources That Translate Learning to Action

We have checklists for managing unconscious bias in a variety of scenarios, from collaborating with colleagues to hiring to interacting with customers.

Our expert DEI consultants will advise you on the best approach for your organization and support you with implementation every step of the way.

Drive Impact

How Our Training Drives Impact

After a Paradigm Unconscious Bias training, 96% of people understand unconscious bias and 74% commit to at least two behaviors to mitigate it. Our training will help your employees:


how unconscious bias undermines effective decision-making, collaboration, and management


where unconscious bias might emerge in their day-to-day work


in specific behaviors that create more effective leaders, more productive teams, and a more inclusive organizational culture

See How Other Top Companies Leverage Paradigm’s Training & World Class Experts

“With Paradigm’s help, we have seen a huge cultural shift, and data prove the programs, processes, and frameworks we’re putting in place are moving the needle.”

The New York Times

Shift the paradigm

Our team of award-winning DEI experts work together to help our clients build stronger, more inclusive organizations.

Here’s a sample of our results:

1000 +

Companies helped with DEI initiatives

2 x

Enhanced awareness of DEI strategies

20 %

Increase in leaders from underrepresented backgrounds

Frequently Asked Questions
What are some of the possible impacts of unconscious bias?
Unconscious bias can affect any part of your organization, from hiring to promotions to your employees’ daily experiences.
Is unconscious bias preventable?
Unconscious bias is based on the way your brain functions, so it can’t be prevented entirely. Instead, it needs to be addressed continuously through intentional efforts to manage those biases.
How do you manage unconscious bias?
Putting more structure into your decision-making is the best way to manage biases. We teach a three-part framework: time, intention, and process (TIP).
Are unconscious bias and racism the same?
No, unconscious bias and racism are not the same thing. However, there is a relationship between the two: unconscious bias is informed by stereotypes that are often grounded in racism. If you rely on those stereotypes to make decisions — consciously or unconsciously — you risk perpetuating racism and racist myths.

Ready to chat with one of our DEI experts and make an impact?