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We’ll give you everything you need to run a 50 Ways bias training workshop at your company. To get started, download our Quick-Start Guide to run an introductory session or explore our complete digital program.
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50 Ways to Fight Bias is a free digital training program to empower all employees to identify and challenge bias head on. The program is optimized for virtual workshops and consists of two parts: a short video that explains the most common types of biases that women face and a digital card activity where small groups of participants discuss specific examples of bias, brainstorm solutions together, and learn research-backed recommendations for what to do. The digital cards highlight almost 100 instances of workplace bias, including the compounding biases women experience because of their race, sexual orientation, disability, or other aspects of their identity. You can run a one-hour workshop with one of our curated sets of cards, or create your own custom set.
50 Ways to Fight Bias is available in 6 additional languages and has been used by thousands of organizations, including Amazon, PayPal, Walmart, and the Wharton MBA Program. And it works: 95% of program participants are more committed to challenging bias, and 96% of managers feel better equipped to talk about bias with their teams.
Developed in collaboration with experts and partner organizations including Stanford VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab, Executive Leadership Council, Minda Harts, National Urban League, Paradigm, UnidosUS, and many more.
Bring 50 Ways to your Global offices! 50 Ways to Fight Bias is available in 6 additional languages! We have everything you need to get started in your global offices. Join the thousands of other organizations using 50 ways, including Amazon, PayPal, Walmart, and the Wharton MBA Program. Get started today!Check out the translated materials