Identifying Microaggressions and Stereotypes
How to identify different types of microaggressions
Microaggressions are harder to identify because most times, they’re not as obvious. Learning to identify microaggressions when you see them is a key step in stopping and preventing them from happening over and over again.
This microlesson teaches employees and managers how to identify and stop microaggressions. Microaggressions are comments or actions that unintentionally, but subtly reinforce a bias or stereotype about a specific group or characteristic. The video in this microlesson shows how one person unintentionally makes an assumption about their colleagues based on their ethnicity.
This microlesson is part of Emtrain’s skill-building microlessons and teaches the skill of mitigating bias.
- How to interpret emotional expression
- How to work with reserved and expressive people
- How to avoid making assumptions based on emotional expression
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