Every one of us is prejudiced in ways we may not realise. These prejudices affect how we interact with people daily, especially in the workplace.
“To know the true reality of yourself, you must be aware of not only your conscious thoughts, but also your unconscious prejudices, bias and habits”
If “yes”, then join us for an insightful webinar on ‘Unconscious?bias?- How new managers can be fair and transparent’
Every one of us is prejudiced in ways we may not realise. These prejudices affect how we interact with people daily, especially in the workplace. As a result of our behaviour, we could be limiting not only our own success but that of those around us.
As a manager of a business, we hold a certain amount of power, and as such, we have responsibility as well. It is important to recognise and address our biases so that we offer everyone that works for or with us the same equal opportunities. There are plenty of reasons to do this. Beyond the principle in fairness, addressing biases helps us improve the diversity of our organisations, and that comes with its own benefits:?diverse companies are more likely to have higher financial returns by up to 35%.
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