Unconscious bias lives in everyone. For leaders, it’s exceedingly important to learn to mitigate that bias before it negatively impacts decision-making.
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Anyone who’s tried to quiet a screaming toddler during a zoom call, or worn a mask for an eight-hour shift knows that we don’t work […]January 27th, 2021
The term groupthink in its modern sense was coined by Yale psychologist Irving Janis in 1971, writing in the pages of Psychology Today. Janis proposed the word as […]January 19th, 2021
As children, many of us were counseled to treat “work before play” as a sacred mantra. While the advice was well intentioned, neuroscience makes a […]January 12th, 2021