Consciously ‘Unconscious’ Biased: Part 2

Sally Schott

In my last blog post, I wrote about how we all have unconscious biases. Left unchecked, unconscious biases will limit diversity in our workplaces and, can greatly erode the confidence of our employees over time. Unfortunately, awareness of unconscious biases is not enough to reduce the impact of bias in the workplace. Individually we should… Read more »

Consciously ‘Unconscious’ Bias: Part 1

Sally Schott

Recently, a woman in one of our SOAR programs asked for my help with feedback she had received from her team. Several people on her team felt like she was biased against them and had begun complaining to her boss. This was her first time in a significant management role. She thought she was an inclusive manager and… Read more »