The Equality and Diversity Unit has resources to help you think about your personal role in creating an inclusive culture, covering cultural awareness, workplace customs, working style preferences, meeting arrangements etc.
You can find a variety of online courses hosted by the University's People and Organisational Development unit (POD). Most of these can be taken at any time and at your own pace, and include Inclusive Leadership and Implicit Bias in the Workplace, and Cultural Awareness in the Workplace.
There is also a selection of e-learning resources which includes guidance on inclusive meetings and inclusive office practice focussing on the hybrid working environment and the challenges of mixed onsite and online attendence.
Pearn Kandola is a leading business-psychology consultancy which aims "to make the modern workplace fair for everyone by promoting Diversity and Inclusion and eradicating prejudice and unfairness". Their webinar series on The Psychology of Remote Working is free to view https://pearnkandola.com/webinars/the-psychology-of-remote-working-series/ and includes a very useful section on Bias and Remote Working: "the national lockdown ... forced many managers and leaders to adapt to remote working, but what impact has this had on bias in the workplace? [This seminar]... looks at the different ways that remove working influences bias and inclusion, and considers the implication for leaders, team members and employees across your organisation"
Pearn Kandola's resources page is reliable and wide-ranging: https://pearnkandola.com/resources/