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Presenting Training Module on Diversity and Inclusion Acknowledging Bias. This presentation deck contains 45 plus well researched and uniquely designed slides. These slides are 100 percent made in PowerPoint and are compatible with all screen types and monitors. They also support Google Slides. Premium Customer Support available. Suitable for use by managers, employees and organizations. These slides are easily customizable. You can edit the colour, text, icon and font size to suit your requirements.

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Slide 3

The purpose of this slide is to highlight the multiple learning objectives of the “bias acknowledgment” session of the D&I training module.

Slide 5 to 7

These slides contain the picture activity with multiple questions to make diversity and inclusion training attendees aware of their biases.

Slide 8 to 11

This set of slides contains the Q&A activity that can be used to ask attendees to make them aware of their biases. The questions are designed to make people aware of their biases like Gender Bias, Beauty Bias, etc.

Slide 12 to 15

These slide highlights the activity for the D&I session in which the instructor can showcase pictures to attendees to gauge their level of biases.

Slide 16 to 18

These slides showcase the questions that the trainer can ask in D&I training to make the session more interactive and engage the audience to acknowledge their ‘Affinity Biases’.

Slide 19 to 20:

These slides include the picture exercise to make the attendees aware of his bias.

Slide 21 to 23:

These slides consist of a Question and Answer exercise to allow attendees to acknowledge their biases for the diversity and inclusion training session.

Slide 24 to 25:

These slides cover the ‘Complete the Wheel’, a situation-based activity for the diversity and inclusion training session. The major parts of the Complete the Wheel training exercise are your initial thoughts, how you feel about the situation, and what actions you take?

Slide 26

This slide showcases the question-based exercise that can be asked to diversity and inclusion training attendees.

Slide 27

This slide highlights the ‘Circle of Trust’ activity for the Diversity and Inclusion training session. Its primary objective is to make attendees aware of the inner circle that influences their decision-making in the job and everyday life. 

Slide 28 to 35:

These slides contain a Self-Reflective Questionnaire for the Unconscious Prejudice Activity, which a trainer can conduct in the diversity and inclusion training session.

Slide 36 to 37:

This slide contains details to register and take the Implicit Association Test (IAT) for D&I training session attendees to assess their attitudes and ideas they find reluctant to share or unable to express.

Slide 39

The purpose of this slide is to highlight the key statistics of existing diversity and inclusion across the world.

Slide 40

This slide visually illustrates the diversity and inclusion statistics for pay parity based on gender. It also includes information regarding the comparison of gender and ethnic diversity in the USA and globally.

Slide 41

The purpose of this slide is to showcase the diversity and inclusion that exist among multiple job roles in the USA.

Slide 42

This slide indicates the key statistics that showcase the importance and impact of rich diversity and inclusion culture on organization’s workplace such as increase in return on investment, net profit margin.

Slide 43 to 45:

These slides contain discussion question to make candidate discuss what they have learnt and relate to the concepts through any real-life situation that they were part of.

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