Monday November 30, 2020

How to find your own blind spots

Everyday biases play an innate and crucial role in our working lives

29th April, 2018
Your unconscious biases don’t have to be written a foot tall: there are much subtler tells

Unconscious bias workshops are currently very popular as part of equality, diversity and inclusion programmes. Organisations are working towards raising awareness of how we as human beings make decisions, especially about other groups of people, and how we can build more inclusive workplaces.

Unconscious biases are implicit preferences we have about other people.

Throughout our lives, each one of us gathers millions of pieces of information, and categorise this information to help us make sense...

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