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Unconscious Bias

The cost of Unconscious bias in the workplace is projected at $64 billion annually – that’s without associated lawsuit costs or penalties1. 49% of workers said bias is an enduring part of their workplace and happens regularly and routinely2.

Every team member should challenge themselves to understand their own unconscious biases and work to disrupt them. Confronting a colleague’s unconscious bias can be tricky and uncomfortable, but there are ways to increase your chances of success for both of you.

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1 (Forbes)

2 (Harvard Business Review)

Episode Summary

Cherelle brings to Makai’s attention that he consistently interrupts and speaks over Jee Hae, an Asian American graphic designer in the office. Cherelle asks if Makai is aware of his actions and suggests that Makai may have an unconscious bias to deal with. Makai must decide if he’s going to reevaluate his professional instincts, examine any assumptions he may be making, and change his behavior.

Issues Addressed

  • Understanding unconscious bias
  • What should you do if someone points out your unconscious bias?
  • Personal ways to recognize and address your own biases
  • Confronting a colleague’s bias

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