Collectively, Project Implicit Facilitators have presented to over 500 companies and organizations across industries including higher education, K-12 education, healthcare, finance, law, international NGOs, community-based organizations, and manufacturing.
Explore how mental processes outside our awareness can influence how we perceive and understand reality.
of participants left the session with concrete strategies to mitigate the negative impact of unwanted biases
of participants would recommend the session to their friends, family, and colleagues
of participants found the general content interesting
of participants found the speaker engaging
Our basic Education Services start at $4,950 for a 90-minute “Understanding Implicit Bias" virtual session, but there are a number of factors that can impact pricing including facilitator selection, timeline, bespoke content, consulting, coaching, or recording requests.
We encourage you to schedule a call with a member of the Project Implicit Team to build the right package to meet your needs. A service summary and pricing estimate will be shared as a follow-up to that call.
We recommend booking sessions about six weeks in advance.
For scheduling, we have found that participation and engagement are typically highest in the morning or early afternoon, and we recommend booking on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays. We do not recommend scheduling sessions in the later afternoon or during the lunch hour (unless the session is part of an established “lunch and learn”-style initiative).
If sessions are booked less than 30 days in advance, a 20% priority fee will be applied.
Project Implicit will record the Education Sessions for people who were not able to attend the live session (i.e., limited access). For an additional fee, Project Implicit will allow sessions to be recorded by the Client to be used internally (i.e., unlimited access). In either case, videos are not to be shared outside of the organization or posted on a public page or website (i.e., YouTube, Vimeo, etc).
On-Site Sessions require a projector, screen, microphone, and podium/lectern. If Project Implicit is required to provide any of these items, procurement fees will be passed to the client upon invoicing.
For Half-Day and Full-Day Workshops, we will send supplies (including easel flip charts, markers, and printed materials) to the on-site location ahead of the event.
Client Contacts will also be provided with a Mitigation Strategies Handout to share with participants after the session.
Note: Slide decks are not considered a deliverable and will not be shared as part of the service.
At the client’s request, Project Implicit will share an anonymous, post-session survey for participants to measure their familiarity with the concepts and content presented, the impact of the session on their intention to implement the strategies discussed, and their general interest in additional training on related topics. We are happy to share these survey results with client hosts or to share the questions to be integrated in an existing training survey or feedback process.
Client hosts are asked to acknowledge the following Code of Conduct and agree to support Project Implicit in upholding the terms below:
From time to time, Project Implicit offers virtual sessions for small businesses and nonprofit organizations that do not have the budget for a standard session. If you would like to be considered for this service, please submit an inquiry form.
Please note that due to limited facilitator availability, we cannot meet all requests.
Project Implicit’s objective is to provide education on general topics, including inclusion and diversity awareness. Provision of an educational session does not imply a guarantee against litigation for discrimination. Diversity seminars themselves are unlikely to reduce litigation and may increase employees’ awareness of potential discriminatory situations. Project Implicit is not responsible for any potential litigation concerning possible discriminatory practices by the Client.