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Is your workplace psychologically safe?

One of the most important lessons recent years has taught us is the ability to adapt and adjust to quickly changing priorities. As a business leader, there is no greater priority than your workforce.

While employee development will always be important, one thing that some leaders pay less attention to is the importance of psychological safety in the workplace; a concept that is impossible to address without understanding the ways unconscious bias can impact the experience employees have with your organization — and failing to get ahead of it can be costly. We can help.

We’re excited to share that Stacey’s course, Unconscious Bias, is available for free for a limited time as a part of the release of LinkedIn’s 6th annual Workplace Learning Report.


DEI expert Stacey Gordon helps you recognize and acknowledge your own biases so that you can identify them when making decisions, and prevent yourself from making calls based on a biased viewpoint.

Stacey explains some of the most common forms that a bias takes: affinity bias, halo bias, perception bias, and confirmation bias. She helps you recognize the negative effects of bias within your organization, as well as the benefits to be realized by uncovering bias in decision-making processes. Finally, she outlines strategies for overcoming personal and organizational bias

Click below to get started with the free (for the next 30 days) course, Unconscious Bias.

Already taken the course?

If you’ve already taken Unconscious Bias or simply want to learn more about how Stacey and the Rework Work team can help you make your workplace an inclusive one, schedule time to discuss the path forward.

Is your workplace psychologically safe?
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