Facing Bias in the Workplace
Data shows that when it comes to influencing people’s interactions in the workplace, generally As well-intentioned as diversity training might be, and while it is certainly a valuable tool for raising awareness and introducing language, unconscious cognitive bias takes time to change. Because of this,
Increasingly, many companies are growing to understand the brain as a muscle that can be molded and strengthened with repetitive practice. Behaviorally informed hiring policies, objective evaluation rubrics, and scientific methods all serve neuroplasticity. , but with time and effort brains can change.