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On-demand DEI e-Learnings

Introducing Interactive DEI E-Learnings! ๐ŸŽ‰

Introducing Interactive DEI E-Learnings! ๐ŸŽ‰

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Are you interested in offering your employees convenient and on-demand learning opportunities covering various DEI topics?

 

If gathering a large group of participants simultaneously is challenging due to varying shifts or different geographical locations, consider the benefits of providing on-demand e-learnings that your staff can access from their own computers or devices. 

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Introducing  my first two on-demand e-learnings that learners can access from any device:

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  • Reducing Bias in Performance Evaluations and

  • Reducing Bias in Interviews

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Created in the highly interactive and visually stunning Rise 360 software, learners can complete each of these courses at their own speed in approximately 20-30 minutes.  Each course includes interactive elements like matching exercises, flashcard, and knowledge checks to ensure the participant is learning the content in an engaging way.  Learners are encouraged to take these courses just before conducting an interview or completing a performance evaluation when the learnings are top of mind.

 

At the end of both courses, learners download a comprehensive checklist that captures the content of the course for use in future interviews or performance evaluations.

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[Detailed descriptions of both courses are at the bottom of this page.]

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Here's a preview of Reducing Bias in Performance Evaluations:

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Who is the target audience?

Anyone expected to participate in a candidate's hiring interview or who completes performance evaluations.

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What's the format of the course?

The online, self-guided courses are highly interactive and self-guided.  Participants will learn through interactive activities like sorting activities, flashcards, accordion blocks, and periodic quizzes.

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โ€‹I created the courses in Rise 360, a web app that publishes SCORM- and Tin Can API-compliant e-learning courses that play seamlessly in your LMS on any desktop, laptop, and mobile device.

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What does it cost?

Each e-learning course is $49 per learner.

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How do I purchase a course?

I accept payment via check or credit card.

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If you’d like to pay by check: please email me at mandy@mandylevineconsulting.com and I can send you an invoice.

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To pay by credit card: click on the "Purchase Course" button below to pay $49 for a single user of the course.  Once I receive payment, I will email you to confirm which of the 2 courses you are purchasing and will send you a link for immediate access.

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How do I access the course once purchased?

Once you’ve paid for the course, you can access the course in one of two ways:

 

For a single learner: If you’re purchasing it for a single user, I can email you a link to the course and you will have immediate access.

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For multiple learners: Please email me at mandy@mandylevineconsulting.com and we can determine together the best format to send the course to you in. You can upload the course directly to your LMS, which allows you to track your learners’ progress.  Rise 360 supports cmi5-, xAPI-, SCORM-, and AICC-compliant LMSs.

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Will these e-learnings be replacing your live classes?

No, these e-learnings are intended to supplement rather than replace my existing live courses. I will continue to facilitate live trainings (whether facilitated in person or virtually).

Reducing Bias in Interviews: overview of the
e-learning 

Despite our best intentions of participating in candidate interviews with the best intentions of hiring talent that will bring diverse perspectives and talents to our organizations, our our implicit biases regularly insert themselves into  our interviews and disrupt these best-laid plans.   In this course, we explore numerous ways to identify and minimize the impact of implicit biases when you interview candidates.

 

This self-guided, interactive e-learning covers:

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Lesson 1: What is implicit bias?  This lesson provides a deep dive into implicit bias.

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Lesson 2: Biases that commonly appear in interviews: this lesson explores the myriad implicit biases that can creep into our interviews of candidates, including the similarity bias, confirmation bias; and the horn and halo effects.  We also explore how our assumptions about what constitutes “appropriate” behavior or appearance, based on our own cultural lens, can interfere with objective decision making.

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Lesson 3: Steps to reduce bias in interviews: this lesson provides detailed guidance on the many practical steps we can take to minimize the frequency and impact of these biases, including breaking down the critical steps to take before the interview even begins  and techniques to utilize during the actual interview.

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Lesson 4: Steps to take after concluding the interview: This lesson recommends different standardized evaluation techniques and prompts that evaluators can ask to determine whether bias has inappropriately interfered with any hiring decisions.

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Lesson 5: Checklist and takeaways: this lesson provides a comprehensive, downloadable checklist that captures the course’s content for learners’ use with future interviews as well as links to additional resources.

Reducing Bias in Performance: overview of the
e-learning

Implicit biases regularly creep into our performance evaluations, resulting in biased and unfair evaluations that, in turn, may lead to employee disengagement and even departures. In this course, we will identify myriad biases that interfere with objective performance evaluations and explore ways to interrupt these biases so that we complete these reviews in as neutral and unbiased a way as possible.  

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This self-guided, interactive e-learning covers:

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Lesson 1: What is implicit bias?  This lesson provides a deep dive into implicit bias.

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Lesson 2: Biases that commonly appear in performance evaluations: this lesson explores the myriad implicit biases that can creep into our performance evaluations.

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Lesson 3: Steps to reduce bias in performance evaluations: this lesson provides detailed guidance on the many practical steps we can take to minimize the frequency and impact of these biases, including guidance on creating a standardized evaluation process; creating an effective evaluation rubric; and providing constructive feedback.

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Lesson 4: Checklist and takeaways: this lesson provides a comprehensive, downloadable checklist that captures the course’s content for learners’ use with future performance evaluations as well as links to additional resources.

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