Research has shown that organizations that address bias achieve better organizational results. Jimmy McDermott shares how addressing bias impacts engagement, performance, and impacts the bottom line.
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Unconscious biases affect how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations, often limiting potential, inhibiting performance, and leading to poor decisions.
Combat the unconscious biases that are affecting decision making in your organization.
Attribution bias is the tendency to have different rationale for your own behavior versus that of others. Irene Stone shares ways to identify and address attribution bias in the workplace.
Are your likes and dislikes based on objective fact or your own subjective experience? The first step to confronting unconscious bias is to admit to yourself that you can be harboring these biases.
Cultivate meaningful connections with the members of your team to significantly improve your decision making and consequently, their engagement.
Intent is your fundamental motive or agenda and the behavior that follows. It can be broken down and examined in these categories.
Bias can be a heavy word. People often conflate it with prejudice, racism, discrimination, or sexism. But bias, on its face, is not inherently good or bad.
Identity matters. Each of our unique identifiers is a lens through which we experience life. Brandon Stone explains how some identifiers grant advantages and disadvantages.
When it comes to our biases, it’s important to get feedback on how we are perceived and how our actions and decisions might be impacting others.
Effectively addressing bias means being both bold and careful. Sydney Eichers shares some ways to be bold and courageous to address bias in the workplace.
Bias isn’t just about ‘disliking’ someone, or something, it is equally about favoring groups or individuals over others.
Have you ever looked yourself in the mirror and asked, "Do I have bias?" Everyone does, so it is only a matter of taking time to self-evaluate.
How we cope with bias can be different in every situation. Kory Kogon shares some ways to act with courage when addressing bias.
If you think that unconscious bias only applies to interpersonal relationships, think again. Bias can have a massive impact on your organization’s ability to innovate effectively.
How do you build other leaders? Use this coaching framework to help team members address performance issues, solve problems, and develop career opportunities.
Kory Kogon discusses negativity bias in the workplace and how to avoid it by not allowing one negative thing to override many positive things.
You’ve decided to take bias seriously, but don’t know where to begin. Here are some tips to help you succeed in identifying and addressing bias in your personal and professional life.
Integrity is deep honesty and truthfulness. It is who you really are. To have high integrity, you need to have congruence, humility, and courage.
Mike Hassett explains three common bias traps where we are more prone than usual to rely on biased thinking.
Everyone has biases, whether they are conscious or conscious, but where do they come from? Bias is often traced back to these five things.