The leader's guide to unconscious bias : how to reframe bias, cultivate connection, and create high-performing teams / Pamela Fuller & Mark Murphy ; with Anne Chow.
Contributor(s): Murphy, Mark [author.] | Chow, Anne [author.] | Franklin Covey (Firm)Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2020Edition: First Simon & Schuster hardcover editionDescription: xi, 278 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9781982144319; 1982144319Subject(s): Racism in the workplace | Leadership -- Moral and ethical aspects | Discrimination -- Psychological aspects | Discrimination in employment | Prejudices | Stereotypes (Social psychology) | Organizational effectiveness | Diversity in the workplace | Anti-racismGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals.DDC classification: 658.3008
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Identity bias. Explore identity ; Understand the neuroscience ; Recognize the bias traps ; Embrace mindfulness -- Cultivate connection. Focus on belonging ; Deploy curiosity and empathy ; Tap into the power of networks ; Navigate difficult conversations -- Choose courage. What is courage? ; Courage to identify ; Courage to cope ; Courage to be an ally ; Courage to be an advocate -- Apply across the talent lifecycle. Getting hired ; Contributing and engaging ; Moving up -- Conclusion.
Unconscious bias affects everyone. It can look like the disappointment of an HR professional when a candidate for a new position asks about maternity leave. It can look like preferring the application of an Ivy League graduate over one from a state school. It can look like assuming a man is more entitled to speak in a meeting than his female junior colleague. Meant for every manager who wants to understand and move past their own preconceived ideas, this book explains that bias is the result of mental shortcuts and our likes and dislikes, and is a natural part of the human condition. And what we assume about each other and how we interact with one another has vast effects on our organizational success, especially in the workplace. Teaching you how to overcome unconscious bias, this book provides more than thirty unique tools, such as a prep worksheet and a list of ways to reframe your unconscious thoughts.