By cultivating awareness and grounding actions in deep research, business leaders can overcome these pitfalls and beat their own brains.
As leaders, we must constantly seek ways to improve our craft — after all, leadership is a skill that must be intentionally honed
The Science of Valentine's Day Gift- Giving: This Behavioral Economist Explains What Men and Women Really Want
Men and women tend to have different preferences when it comes to Valentine's Day gifts — a behavioral economist explains.
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.
If you want to make the most informed, objective decisions possible for your business, it's important to have a strategy in place to avoid bias whenever possible.
The problem with confirmation bias rests on the fact that you might be wrong.
It's personal resilience that managers need to develop in their teams to get the sort of engagement they seek.
When we enter a sales situation with a pre-conceived idea, we look for confirmation to support that idea. That usually ends badly.
The goal is figure out if a new contender can whip its rivals at meeting customer needs. But confirmation bias can sully good judgment.