Taking Action Against Bias | Forbes
Momentum ITSMA held a one-off workshop to discover how leaders are tackling bias today and promote real stories of female leadership and workplace empowerment. Here are four practical tips from the discussion.
by Alisha Lyndon
July 25, 2022
Bias takes many forms, from gender bias and ageism to name bias (giving preferable treatment to those with Anglo-sounding names) and the “horns effect” (ascribing negative characteristics to someone based on their appearance). Whether conscious or unconscious, prejudice can reinforce harmful stereotypes and severely hinder personal and professional progression.
My company recently held a one-off workshop to discover how leaders are tackling bias today and promote real stories of female leadership and workplace empowerment. Find out about the four practical tips I took away from the discussion and plan to implement...
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