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Some experts say there are more than 150 various implicit biases out there. This is due to the fact that our brains can consciously process 40 pieces of information per second—while we unconsciously process 11 million pieces. Implicit bias is present when people unconsciously hold attitudes toward others or associate stereotypes with them even when those biases are contrary their conscious beliefs - even without their realizing that it is happening. Implicit Social Cognition, implicit bias in the workplace refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. If we are time and again harboring negative stereotypes about others without consciously realizing that we are doing so, can undermine the entire culture of a business. If the business goal is to become more diverse and this is one of the hiring manager’s unconscious biases against hiring outside his race,

reaching the goal of diversity will be a problem for the entire company.


  • Learn about Implicit Social Cognition (Unconscious Bias in the Workplace)
  • Increase implicit bias awareness and it’s roll in the workplace
  • Identify various types of implicit bias 
  • Discover avoidance examples to put into action
  • Learn discrimination compliance responsibilities 
  • Enhance management communications and support company diversity efforts

Learn to become a better leader by learning ways to avoid personal discrimination liabilities and employment law violation. Build a strong workforce.


  • Implicit Social Cognition
  • Implicit Social Cognition in the workplace
  • Everyone possesses them
  • EEOC – Employment Law – Discrimination
  • Impressions
  • Types of implicit bias
  • Avoidance Techniques
  • Consciously Beyond the Law 

The best audience for this class would be: recruiters ;leads and above; anyone involved in leadership and hiring positions, disciplinary, firing, or performance review positions; EEO officers; Review Boards; Human Resources staff; Procurement staff; Minority Business staff; City Council Members; School Board Members; and Internal Investigators


Dr Althea Purnell has over 30 efficacious years as the most senior corporate Human Resources decision-maker and executive team member. Highly visible employee champion and aide to the President/CEO providing expert pragmatic advice. Hands-on Change Agent and results-driven expert in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) with proven success in leading the transformation of organizations into productive diverse workspaces.

She degrees in:

Doctor of Philosophy in Human Resources Management

Master of Arts in Human Resources Management

Baccalaureate of Arts in Speech Communications

Certifications in:

● Graduate Level Facilitator ●Mediator/Conflict Resolution ● Training/Facilitator in Learning Skills

 And professional occupations as:

Success Coach ● CHRO-Counselor/Advisor to CEO ●Entrepreneur ●Independent Consultant ●EEO/ Diversity & Implicit Social Bias and a United States Marine

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