We connect the heart and mind to advance belonging at work by thinking differently about diversity, equity and inclusion
OVER THE LAST YEAR...
diversity, equity and inclusion
WHAT WE DO
- Offer actionable steps that leaders of all levels can practice creating workplaces that work for everyone.
- Meet people where they are on their inclusion journey.
- Create (virtual) spaces where vulnerability & bravery are honored and used to spark change.
WHAT WE DON'T DO
- Make you feel bad about your bias, nor normalize bias.
- Talk at you; real change doesn't happen through learning statistics and terms. It comes from having experiences and making connections.
- Pretend that we have all the answers or that there is a one-size-fits all solution; building belonging is an ongoing process and takes the commitment of everyone.
AS SEEN IN...
Consciously Unbiased is more than a company; it's a platform to amplify diverse voices and the cultural conversations that drive awareness and change. Their panel discussions combine storytelling with data to create a powerful push for inclusion.
Dr. Judith Fiona Joseph
M.D., M.B.A, Board Certified Psychiatrist and Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist
The Breaking the Bias podcast is a must-listen for all of those interested in becoming social justice warriors. The candid conversations and impact makers featured in the episodes share paradigm-shifting insights on our current culture, and offer steps leaders of all levels can take to be part of the change.
New York Times Best Selling Author of "Fair Play"
A huge THANK YOU from the BNY Mellon team for the Becoming Consciously Unbiased trio of learning sessions. We’ve had really positive feedback from the attendees, and there is definitely a buzz at BNY Mellon around the globe. Your insightful, thoughtful and candid comments throughout provided our employees with important perspectives, and we are thrilled to be able to continue on this journey.
Christina Kosakowski Vice President, BNY MELLON
Our Conscious Conversation session went beyond traditional bias training: It provided the space to help me to connect with colleagues more deeply than I'd been able to in the past, and gave me the tools to have more constructive disagreements. It also enabled me to identify when I was being driven by bias—rather than logic—so I could slow down and choose a different response. I've carried the lessons learned into my daily life.
Director of Operations
Our team participated in a virtual Conscious Conversation. It gave us the space to ask important questions, share our stories and learn from each other. What sets Consciously Unbiased apart from other training programs is that it’s very interactive, and we definitely felt more aware after just one session. Best of all, we left inspired to want to make a change!
American Red Cross
This past winter The Black Professional Group at Bank of America New York had the great fortune of partnering with Consciously Unbiased to host a Conscious Conversation on being Black in the fashion world. It was a phenomenal event as the entire event was curated and anchored by Consciously Unbiased.
Bank of America
We all naturally develop biases to help us process information. However, being unbiased requires us to consciously unlearn the stereotypes that we’ve been socialized to develop. I was proud to be part of Consciously Unbiased's Breaking the Bias series, which sheds light on how we all can actively begin to unlearn our biases and stereotypes so that we can be present and mindful when interacting with those that we meet.
Dr. Samantha-Rae Dickenson
EdD, MPH CEO & DEI Strategist, DSRD Consulting DEI Director, Goodwill
On behalf of RBC PRIDE we thank you for your insightful, lively and thought provoking conversation regarding bias. Your time and passion is very much appreciated.