Collectively, Project Implicit Facilitators have presented over 500 Education Sessions across industries including higher education, K-12 education, healthcare, finance, law, criminal legal system, law enforcement, nonprofit organizations, and manufacturing.
Explore how habits of thought are formed, how they influence your interactions with the people around you, and how you can mitigate their impact on your decision-making in this interactive, research-focused session. Led by Faculty Facilitators who are also professors in the field of social psychology, these sessions translate research into practical, evidence-based strategies for improving decision-making, addressing inclusion and belonging, and aligning individual and team behaviors to your personal and organizational values. Keynote Sessions are available in a virtual or on-site format.
Building on the strategies introduced in the Keynote Session, participants engage in a series of brainstorming and problem-solving activities to identify opportunities for change and explore actionable steps to mitigate the impact of bias on individual and group decision-making. The concepts presented apply across identity groups and industries, and the session can be tailored to a specific audience or topic, such as recruitment, hiring, promotion, retention, pay equity, and mentoring. Workshops and Courses are facilitated by Project Implicit staff and are available in a virtual or on-site format.
Project Implicit offers one-to-one or small group coaching for C-Suite leaders, managers, and supervisors who have completed a Workshop or Course. As your team puts what they learned in the facilitated sessions into action, they will need support, accountability, or an external filter. Give your leaders and teams an intentional space to reflect on where they are, identify areas of friction, find additional resources, and move forward with clarity and confidence to build inclusive workplaces and communities. Coaching is provided by Project Implicit staff and is available in a virtual format.
of participants left the session with concrete strategies to mitigate the negative impact of unwanted biases
of participants found the general content interesting
of participants would recommend the session to their friends, family, and colleagues
of participants found the facilitator engaging
“This was by far the best session I’ve ever attended on implicit bias. Amy was engaging, smart, and had a perfect way of connecting over Zoom.”
“This was the first session on this topic that didn’t make me feel guilty or like a ‘bad’ person. Instead, I feel empowered to make better decisions and be a better leader.”
“I found the science behind implicit bias and our how our brains process information really interesting, and something I didn’t know before.”
“I appreciated the evidence-based approach. I didn’t know very much about this topic, but now I am eager to learn more about how I make judgments, especially about other people.”
Industry: Civil Service
There are many different factors that go into designing, building, and delivering custom educational sessions. From standalone keynote sessions to year-long virtual content, planning, and coaching, our team will work with you to build a package that fits your team, objectives, and budget. Start customizing your custom learning experience today!
Project Implicit books at least 30 days (i.e., about 4 weeks) in advance of any session. If a session is requested less than 30 days in advance, a 20% priority fee will be applied to the service fee.
For scheduling, we recommend booking on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays. We have found that participation and engagement for virtual sessions are highest in the morning or early afternoon.
Project Implicit can accommodate audiences of all shapes and sizes, from a Zoom room of 10 leaders just starting a diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative to 1,000+ individuals learning about the topic of implicit bias for the first time. Our team will work with you to create the right session or sessions to meet your needs.
Keynote Sessions can be recorded for an additional fee. It is not recommended that Workshops or Courses be recorded. Note: Slide decks are not considered deliverables.
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 with an existing training survey or feedback process.
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. Depending on the audience and objectives, we may also send supplies (including easel flip charts, markers, and/or printed materials) to the location ahead of the event.
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 is able to make exceptions and speak for less than the quoted fees. These exceptions are based on the nature of the organization, the level of tailoring requested, speaker availability, and whether travel is required. If you would like to learn more, please submit an inquiry form. While we cannot meet all requests, we may be able to recommend other speakers in our network that may fit your request and budget.
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.