LCW Announces Discounted Performance Evaluation Learning Bundles

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Take 22% off some of our most popular programs to close out 2022 with intentional investment in disrupting bias! For many organizations, this time of year marks the season for performance management discussions and talent planning; this is an excellent opportunity to equip people managers with tools that enable sustainable high performance on diverse and multicultural teams. 

Our proven materials have been carefully selected to support inclusive leadership during and beyond performance evaluation season by debiasing the management process. Each Performance Evaluation bundle includes eLearnings and microLearnings available in any language as well as an interactive Zoom facilitation to solidify your team’s equity-focused mindset. Explore our offerings below to select the plan that works best for your organization. 

Contact us today to secure your limited-time discount – this special offer is only available through October 14, 2022. 


LCW Performance Evaluation Season Bundles:

Want a sneak peek of our content? Read Senior Consultant Andrea Wicks Bowles’ article Managing Bias in Talent Review,” which includes several tips from our performance management toolkit. 

“Just in Time” Bundle 

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How to Disrupt Your Bias When Evaluating Talent
(one 30-minute Zoom facilitation for up to 40 participants)

In this fast-moving and highly interactive session designed to optimize engagement on Zoom, participants identify and interrupt the biases that can derail our best efforts to be objective and accurate when it comes to performance review and talent calibration. Participants practice recognizing and responding to bias and learn strategies and tips to mitigate our bias during performance evaluations. Co-facilitated by a cross-cultural team of LCW experts, the session is designed for those ready to disrupt their own biases when evaluating talent and giving feedback. 

 

Evaluating Talent Inclusively 
(20-minute eLearning)  

This program provides managers powerful examples of how bias can impact talent evaluation. Activities highlight meaningful examples of how to challenge bias in ourselves and one another and ensure that talent is evaluated objectively rather than by relying on mental models or shortcuts. Learners are given the opportunity to recognize and interrupt bias when evaluating talent performance and potential, as well as when making promotion decisions based on that evaluation. Translation and localization services available.

 

Managing Unconscious Bias in Performance Reviews 
(12-minute microLearning)  

Unconscious biases can derail our best efforts to be objective and accurate when it comes to evaluating performance. Are we inadvertently giving higher ratings to employees who are more “like us?” What are we doing to ensure our evaluation process is consistent across our entire team? Are we sure we’re aware of the variety of work or projects each team member has worked on, or are we basing our evaluation only on those projects we know about? Are our expectations about a person skewing how we see them? Managing Unconscious Bias in Performance Reviews invites you to look for and mitigate biases in evaluating performance.  Translation and localization services available. 

 

“Tools for Sustained Impact” Bundle 

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Managing Bias in Talent Review  
(one 2-hour Zoom facilitation for up to 40 participants) 

This course is designed for leaders and their HR partners, to explore how we can manage bias and challenge our assumptions in order to achieve a more inclusive outcome in both the talent review and succession planning process. The session identifies five areas of practice where bias can surface: high-potential evaluation and nomination; objectivity and accuracy of criteria; evaluation of successor candidates; leadership pipeline development; and assumptions of what a leader “should” look like/behave. In addition, it also includes insights on promotion and the talent pipeline, bias in access to key assignments, sponsors/advocates, influential networks, and professional development is examined. Finally, participants practice identifying and responding to various forms of bias that commonly occur during talent review process. Rules of engagement and practical tips are provided as a way for participants to practice what they’ve learned throughout the session.  

 

Evaluating Talent Inclusively 
(20-minute eLearning)  

This program provides managers powerful examples of how bias can impact talent evaluation. Activities highlight meaningful examples of how to challenge bias in ourselves and one another and ensure that talent is evaluated objectively rather than by relying on mental models or shortcuts. Learners are given the opportunity to recognize and interrupt bias when evaluating talent performance and potential, as well as when making promotion decisions based on that evaluation. Translation and localization services available.

 

Managing Unconscious Bias in Performance Reviews 
(12-minute microLearning)  

Unconscious biases can derail our best efforts to be objective and accurate when it comes to evaluating performance. Are we inadvertently giving higher ratings to employees who are more “like us?” What are we doing to ensure our evaluation process is consistent across our entire team? Are we sure we’re aware of the variety of work or projects each team member has worked on, or are we basing our evaluation only on those projects we know about? Are our expectations about a person skewing how we see them? Managing Unconscious Bias in Performance Reviews invites you to look for and mitigate biases in evaluating performance.  Translation and localization services available.

 

Managing Bias in Talent Reviews  
(Leader-Led Toolkit)   

LCW offers discussion tools and guides designed to help facilitate conversations and engage in application with teams, in order to strengthen learning outcomes and influence inclusive behaviors company-wide. Typically after participating in an LCW eLearning or facilitated workshop, leaders use their new insights to guide a conversation, give their teams an opportunity to unpack key concepts, and – crucially – develop team-specific, relevant goals that lead to action. Examples include eLearning Debrief Toolkits, our Leader-Led Anti-Racism Toolkit, Managing Bias in People Decisions Discussion Guides, and Facilitated MicroLessons for audiences who may have limited availability (e.g., plant/warehouse employees).  

 

“Future Thinking” Bundle 

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Managing Bias for Managers & Leaders 
(one 4-hour Zoom facilitation for up to 40 participants) 

Managing Bias for Managers and Leaders engages leaders in exploring how unconscious biases influence how we perceive, treat, and evaluate people in all areas of people management – from hiring and engagement to managing performance and career advancement. Through numerous examples, videos, and activities, participants learn strategies to recognize and interrupt biases in hiring, developing, engaging, and activating the full potential of their teams. This course also covers the role our backgrounds play in forming unconscious biases and reviews five specific types of unconscious cognitive biases and how they play out in people decisions, while demonstrating the pitfalls of “cultural fit” when it comes to hiring and talent evaluation.  

 

Evaluating Talent Inclusively 
(20-minute eLearning)  

This program provides managers powerful examples of how bias can impact talent evaluation. Activities highlight meaningful examples of how to challenge bias in ourselves and one another and ensure that talent is evaluated objectively rather than by relying on mental models or shortcuts. Learners are given the opportunity to recognize and interrupt bias when evaluating talent performance and potential, as well as when making promotion decisions based on that evaluation. Translation and localization services available.

 

Hiring & Promoting Top Talent 
(20-minute eLearning)  

Hiring & Promoting Top Talent explores the hidden bias within talent acquisition and talent development. It includes insights into how assessing for “cultural fit” impacts the organization’s ability to both attract and hire diverse top talent and to build and support a strong, diverse talent pipeline. Learners also explore how mentoring, staffing teams, key assignments, and coaching across cultures drives the readiness of top talent for their next opportunity. Translation and localization services available.

 

Managing Unconscious Bias in Performance Reviews 
(12-minute microLearning)  

Unconscious biases can derail our best efforts to be objective and accurate when it comes to evaluating performance. Are we inadvertently giving higher ratings to employees who are more “like us?” What are we doing to ensure our evaluation process is consistent across our entire team? Are we sure we’re aware of the variety of work or projects each team member has worked on, or are we basing our evaluation only on those projects we know about? Are our expectations about a person skewing how we see them? Managing Unconscious Bias in Performance Reviews invites you to look for and mitigate biases in evaluating performance. Translation and localization services available

 

Managing Bias in Performance Management  
(Leader-Led Toolkit) 

LCW offers discussion tools and guides designed to help facilitate conversations and engage in application with teams, in order to strengthen learning outcomes and influence inclusive behaviors company-wide. Typically after participating in an LCW eLearning or facilitated workshop, leaders use their new insights to guide a conversation, give their teams an opportunity to unpack key concepts, and – crucially – develop team-specific, relevant goals that lead to action. Examples include eLearning Debrief Toolkits, our Leader-Led Anti-Racism Toolkit, Managing Bias in People Decisions Discussion Guides, and Facilitated MicroLessons for audiences who may have limited availability (e.g., plant/warehouse employees). 

 


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