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Implicit bias training done better.

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to provide a truly immersive, first-person bias experience that enables users to step into the shoes of individuals experiencing implicit bias. 

Put simply, it all starts with empathy.

When people are given the opportunity to take someone else’s point of view — also known as perspective taking — bias against stigmatized groups is reduced. 

Unlike old school implicit bias training — which tends to be inconsistent and ineffective — Equity Commons combines

Training . . . reimagined.

Training . . . reimagined.

Equity Commons’ proprietary Virtual Reality training
makes this possible.

Additionally, our consultative approach also allows us to customize bias training tailored to the real-life issues your organization is facing.

Equity Commons’ diverse team of experts develops uniquely immersive experiences specially engineered to address the complexities of implicit bias across major industries and facets of society.

Equity Commons has pioneered a proprietary blend of Virtual Reality-enabled sensory immersion, perspective taking, and body ownership illusions that effectively combats bias while generating measurable impact for your organization.

Implicit bias is invisible, insidious, and notoriously resistant to bias training. Until now . . .

immersive. experiential. impactful.

Together, we craft results-based Virtual Reality training solutions that are tangible, scalable, and sustainable.

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Restaurant Manager

Since the training I have tried to think through my actions more and make sure that I am not using underlying biases to make those decisions.

Cardiologist

[After this experience], I am trying to be more cognizant of the way I practice, empathize, or even unconsciously care about certain patients.

Assistant General Manager

We are far from perfect as an organization, but I am so grateful to be a part of a place that wants to have these conversations - I want to be a better leader to everyone and this is a wonderful place to start.

Director of Finance

We do experience implicit bias from our [clients] every now and then, unfortunately; however, as a team and colleagues I believe we came a long way and are supportive and open to one another at our workplace.

Assistant General Manager

I think it was great to be vulnerable with my team in that way. We spend so much time together and know one another so well, that it was a great opportunity to reflect on how all of us lead and communicate. [It] will lead to more accountability and openness down the road.

Sales Manager 

I am going to try to have a better understanding of the underlying biases that are associated in my day to day life and determine the best way to eliminate those biases.

Assistant General Manager

We are far from perfect as an organization, but I am so grateful to be a part of a place that wants to have these conversations - I want to be a better leader to everyone and this is a wonderful place to start.

Cardiologist

[After this experience], I am trying to be more cognizant of the way I practice, empathize, or even unconsciously care about certain patients.

Since the training I have tried to think through my actions more and make sure that I am not using underlying biases to make those decisions.

I am going to try to have a better understanding of the underlying biases that are associated in my day to day life and determine the best way to eliminate those biases.

I think it was great to be vulnerable with my team in that way. We spend so much time together and know one another so well, that it was a great opportunity to reflect on how all of us lead and communicate. [It] will lead to more accountability and openness down the road.

We do experience implicit bias from our [clients] every now and then, unfortunately; however, as a team and colleagues I believe we came a long way and are supportive and open to one another at our workplace.