The following courses were developed to give the learner an all-encompassing experience by combining skill-building microlessons with similar themes and complementary content in addition to a course introduction lesson and a post-course survey.
For more information on the individual lessons included in these courses please see our Available Microlesson Article.
This course reviews 5 common types of bias in the workplace and offers tools employees, managers, and leadership can use to disrupt these biases.
|Included Skill-Building Microlessons: Prove It Again Bias, Tightrope Bias, Tug of War Bias, Racial Stereotypes, Maternal Wall Bias and the Motherhood Penalty
This course reviews the definition of inclusive language, its importance and basic principles, as well as best practices for receiving feedback and correcting ourselves when we are made aware of our own problematic behavior or language.
|Included Skill-Building Microlessons: Inclusive Language Creates Belonging, Facing Criticism, The Principles of Inclusive Language
This course reviews the different intervention methods upstanders can take to disrupt or stop problematic behavior when they see it happen. These intervention techniques include: Delegate, Direct, Distract, Delay, and Document.
|Included Skill-Building Microlessons: Intervention Method: Delegate, Intervention Method: Direct, Intervention Method: Distract, Intervention Method: Delay, Intervention Method: Document, Using Multiple Intervention Methods