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How to reduce bias in your workplace | Kim Scott and Trier Bryant

How to reduce bias in your workplace | Kim Scott and Trier Bryant

Update: 2021-11-0816
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We all have bias -- especially the unconscious kind -- and it's preventing us from doing our best work. Gone unchecked, bias can make employees feel resentful, frustrated and silenced, and it can even lead to outright discrimination and harassment. Check out three key ways to reduce bias at work, according to Just Work cofounders Kim Scott and Trier Bryant.
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Jeff Morgan

So we have two people that are quite proud of themselves, just about dislocating their shoulders as they pat themselves on the back. I have a slight genetic deformity. Not much, but I have learned to adapt without taking offense. But the over the top self congratulations is too much. Why? Because my genetic deformity is color deficiency, what most people call color blind. And I do not see the color purple. It looks blue to me. So yes, when they have a bias free meeting and wave the flag anyways, they are right. They are still biased.

Nov 9th
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How to reduce bias in your workplace | Kim Scott and Trier Bryant

How to reduce bias in your workplace | Kim Scott and Trier Bryant

Kim Scott and Trier Bryant