Bias is a natural part of the human condition—of how the brain works. It affects how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations and circumstances (often limiting potential). Understanding bias helps leaders notice and adjust for it, cultivate meaningful connections, and choose courage to make real change and unleash their own and others’ potential.
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IDENTIFY YOUR BIASES AS A LEADER AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO MANAGE THEM.
In this guide you will learn some strategies for identifying your biases as a leader and what you can do to manage them.
WE ALL HAVE UNCONSCIOUS BIASES.
- It is time to talk about unconscious bias.
- Why your good intentions aren’t good enough.
- Four situations where bias matters most.
- Four reasons to manage unconscious bias at work.
IT’S TIME TO TALK ABOUT UNCONSCIOUS BIAS.
What explains the disconnect between managers’ good intentions and the impact their decisions have on others?
There could be many factors at play, from different expectations to a lack of transparency. And in some cases, one culprit is unconscious bias.
Because of the powerful effect it can have on morale, performance, and business outcomes, the concept of unconscious bias is igniting more andmore conversations in the workplace.
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