Biases

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3 Cognitive Pitfalls That Are Ruining Your Business — How to Unravel the Biases in Decision-Making

By cultivating awareness and grounding actions in deep research, business leaders can overcome these pitfalls and beat their own brains.

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These Are the Biggest Challenges Women Entrepreneurs Face (and What to Do)

The resistance to paying women-owned businesses fairly for their products and services is a significant hurdle contributing to economic disparities.

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The 5 Most Important Cognitive Biases Holding You Back

As leaders, we must constantly seek ways to improve our craft — after all, leadership is a skill that must be intentionally honed

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Artificial Intelligence Can Be Racist, Sexist and Creepy. Here Are 5 Ways You Can Counter This In Your Enterprise.

Today's entrepreneurs and innovators are exploring ways to use artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance efficiency, productivity, and customer service, but is this technology truly an advancement or does it introduce new complications by amplifying existing cultural biases, like sexism and racism? 

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Are These 17 Biases Affecting You as a Leader? The Answer Is Likely Yes — Here's How to Address Them.

Having biases is an inherent part of being human, but that doesn't mean we don't have the responsibility to manage them and make sure they don't impact the way we lead.

Starting a Business

Rethinking Recruitment: NoBueno Founder Christian Eid On Why He Launched His New UAE-Based Enterprise

"We cannot accept that the very lifeline of economic development and human capital is left to a process that is so rooted in dysfunction that it undermines our ability to build better, faster, and more productive teams."

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Overcoming This Common Way of Thinking Is How You Can Make Better Decisions

Being blind to the possibility of outlier events can mean sabotaging your decision-making and future. Here's how to short-circuit that tendency.

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What Do You Do When Your Colleague Is Biased? Try These 5 Phrases to Professionally Call It Out.

Biased statements are unfortunately commonplace. These often unintentional, yet harmful behaviors can signal to others they do not belong and reinforce harmful stereotypes. Simple phrases like these can open the conversation.

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Diversity Is Not the Same to Everyone. Here's Why That Matters

If companies want to reap the benefits of diversity in its truest form, it's time to consider diversifying it.

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This Dangerous Judgement Error Could Cost You Your Business

This mistake happens more often than you think — and in some cases, proves deadly.

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Is Middle Management Failing Your Hybrid Workforce? Change That By Giving Them These 5 Keys to Unlock Your Company's Success.

To excel in the hybrid work transition and hybrid team leadership, managers need to adopt the five keys to hybrid management success.

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If You Haven't Removed Bias from Performance Reviews, Then You're Not an Inclusive Leader. Take These Steps to Protect Your Marginalized Employees.

Performance reviews are critical to pay, promotion and assignment opportunities — but they often hurt employees in marginalized groups, thanks to biases. Here are some to watch out for and how to remove them from your reviews.

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5 Examples of Unconscious Bias at Work and How to Solve Them

We all have a natural tendency to gravitate toward people similar to us in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, age and lifestyle. This unconscious bias can lead us to hire people who look like us and share similar backgrounds instead of the most qualified candidates.

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4 Ways Inclusive Leaders Reduce Ageism

When we understand how age is operating in our companies, we avoid mistakes and limit risk. More importantly, through disciplined thinking and bringing a fresh approach to creativity and innovation, our people can contribute everything they can from their life experiences.

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Are You Guilty of These 3 Biases That Kill Most Startups?

Founders succumb to three common cognitive biases that sink most startups.