Unconscious bias training

What is Uncosncious Bias?

We are often not aware of the biases that we have. Unconscious bias refers to the way in which the brain routinely and quickly sorts individuals into different groups, bypassing normal, logical, and rational thinking. Regardless of how fair-minded we perceive ourselves to be, we all have some degree of unconscious bias. Although these thought processes are unintended, they have a significant influence on the conscious attitudes and behaviours we hold towards others.

To minimise unconscious bias in the workplace, we need to create space to reflect and understand the source of our behaviours. By taking a curious approach to learning, we can build open and inclusive leaders in the workplace.

Unconscious Bias training by Skillhus​

Biases affect many aspects of your workplace routines and culture. They affect the way we hire new talents, and how we evaluate employees and their work. By addressing workplace biases, we take the steps towards creating a culture of inclusion and belonging.


Our virtual training will convey how unconscious bias can be an obstacle in the creation of an inclusive workplace culture, and provide concrete actions you can take to diminish their continuation.

Unconscious bias training

Our virtual training on unconscious bias provides participants with knowledge and tools to recognise bias on a personal level. The training focuses on self-reflection and proactive solutions around bias. 


Inclusive recruitment​

Address and avoid unconscious bias in your organisation's recruitment and selection processes by educating your hiring managers and HR professionals on inclusive recruitment practices.

In this tailored course you will learn:


  • How to tackle unconscious bias in the recruitment process

  • How to screen and shortlist candidates

  • How to interview and make hiring decisions from an inclusive perspective


Are you curious to learn more on tackling hiring biases? Read more about 3 hiring biases in Norway and 3 ways to tackle them here.

Inclusive cultures​

An inclusive culture fosters an environment where everyone feels they have a voice and can contribute. Belonging is experienced when employees are secure and empowered to contribute to the goals and results of the organisation. 


At Skillhus we strongly believe that an inclusive organisational culture consists of high cultural competence amongst its members. You can train your team, employees or leadership on how to increase their cross-cultural competence. 


We offer training in: 


  • Cross-cultural management

  • Cross-cultural communication

  • Ethnocentric vs cultural relativism

Tailor unconscious bias training courses to your hiring managers or organisations' need

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