Learning to Intervene with Skill
Learning and recognizing biased behavior is just one step in the direction towards a healthier workplace. The next step is to actually intervene and step up when you identify biased behavior or processes. This step however, can be difficult or uncomfortable and can lead to other issues if it’s not addressed properly. In order to help your organization avoid biased behavior in the workplace, we have put together a list of phrases with language that is non-accusatory that employees can use to intervene.