Despite CBS programming chiefs on Thursday touting strides with diversity in front of and behind the camera of their scripted series, they continued to come under fire by the TCA press corps for mi…
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Prejudice and discrimination are detrimental to the success of any organization. Yet research from the Kirwan Institute and others demonstrates that we all harbor prejudices; at a minimum, everyone is subject to their own unconscious bias (http://kirwaninstitute.osu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/2014-implicit-bias.pdf). Unconscious bias is the result of messages (from a wide array of sources) introduced into our subconscious from an early age.
re:Work - Making the unconscious conscious will help you make more objective decisions, facilitate inclusive interactions, and create opportunities. Begin unbiasing with education, accountability, measurement, and more.
Hold everyone accountable, whether guilty or not! Isn’t this what Harry Markle just did with Jane Goodall interview? Are we all turning into drab, boring people void of personality? Bye, Bye Miss American Pie.
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The latest fashion of ‘unconscious bias training’ is a diversity intervention based on unproven suppositions and is unlikely to help eliminate racism in the wor...
I keep seeing Harvard all over this, what I want to find who started this and who funded this? I need your help peeling this onion.