New Micro-Learning! Explicit bias refers to the attitudes and beliefs we have about a person or group of people on a conscious level. We know these biases exist. We are conscious of them. When people perceive their biases to be valid, they are more likely to justify unfair treatment – which has negative impacts on the target of the bias as well as the entire organization.
Most of the time, explicit biases - and their expression - arise as the direct result of a perceived threat. Often, when people feel threatened, they are more likely to draw group boundaries to distinguish themselves from others.
Integrated video, audible narration, interactions, mobile design, post-test.