Unconscious Biases Skew Decision-Making
Truly effective leaders demand the truth, with all its warts, from employees and other collaborators. They also commit to transparency in return, forging true two-way conversations that make decision-making faster and stronger. One key obstacle to successfully pursuing the truth is the obstinance of unconscious biases that can filter even certain truths into the realm of assumption.
Hidden, unacknowledged biases make truth-seeking and sounder decision-making hard work, but simply recognizing their existence and challenging their influence improves decision-making!
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