Our interactive workshops are designed to help people understand and question their own unconscious biases (we all have them!). We use our knowledge and experience to facilitate the difficult conversations people often shy away from at work. And we arm you with simple actions to create a more inclusive culture.

To know more, or invite us to run a workshop, please do get in touch.

'Know Your Bias' Workshop

Whether or not we like to admit it, we all have unconscious biases. They affect our perceptions, our decision-making processes and our workplace cultures. Becoming aware of an unconscious bias is the first step to changing that. And it can ultimately help us all create a more inclusive and productive working culture.

But unfortunately unconscious bias training is fast gaining a reputation as an ineffective, underwhelming snoozefest. Death-by-powerpoint. A box-ticking exercise.

We’re not about that.  

We’ve designed a series of thought-provoking, interactive workshops where everyone can take away practical tips
to apply straightaway at work. 


"The workshop was interesting, innovative and thought provoking. I felt you really opening ways of thinking and I’m very grateful that you both delivered it so succinctly and with such passion. I also especially appreciated your honesty in certain discussions. Being frank isn’t the easiest thing to do, but you helped people relax and not be afraid to admit when they themselves had found themselves sitting in a perspective that isn’t socially acceptable." 
Double Negative

"The Know Your Bias workshop got me thinking about my unconscious biases in totally new ways – and left me with plenty to consider in my work life, where I mix with people of all kinds of different backgrounds. If everyone took this workshop, it would help to squash unconscious biases in the workplace."
Luke Leighfield

"This was such a great workshop! Everyone should be aware of their unconscious bias and be aware of how we talk to people."
Mill Channel

"A raised glass to The Other Box for bringing this unconscious bias workshop to the lives of myself and others. I’ve never been given a space where discussing work insecurities has been encouraged and accepted, and it felt good to be challenged, sharing thoughts and opinions on the overlooked issues that matter THE MOST. Important and necessary for your life learning."
Tamara Roper


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