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Build a thriving culture by managing the disconnect between perception and reality

Many organizations want to embrace a thriving culture, yet they have been unable to do so. It is often because there is a disconnect - a disconnect between what they think their work environment is like and what employees actually experience. It is time to

Become a Better Leader in 2022.

To be an effective leader today, you must be aware of the contradictory elements of human nature. You must seek to understand how two different people can read the same legal brief or attend the same board meeting, yet walk away with completely different interpretations.

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Can We Talk about Ignoring the Impacts of Hidden Bias?

Ignorance can be bliss, but our ignorance of our own hidden bias can cause very real and problematic consequences. In order to overcome the barriers created by bias, we must actively work to uncover it and overcome it.

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The Bliss of Not Knowing (Part 2)

In order to discuss and debate how to tackle the challenges we face today; we must start to critically think about what we take for granted, what we believe, and what we do on autopilot. We must embrace the practice of asking why.