Ethics and Unconscious Bias – 3 Credits


About the Author:

Diane Cragg an experienced litigation attorney at Severson & Werson who strongly advocates for clients while striving to maintain a pragmatic and efficient approach to litigation. Her goal is always to obtain the best results for clients.


Professional behavior has a direct impact on the viability of a company. High personal ethics are as essential to business as is personal performance. This course discusses how lapses in ethics drives policy development and provides guidance and strategy for participants in their awareness and development of effective workplace ethics. This course also challenges participants to understand unconscious bias and the various types that exist, consider their own biases, and identify opportunities to improve their societal mindset and interactions because of the understanding.