How are your blind spots and unconscious biases playing a part in the decisions you make and the advice you offer as a Coach?
As a leadership coach you are aware of the need to be increasingly mindful of the quality of day to day business decisions made by yourself and your clients. And yet, what are you not seeing?
Well intentioned people make decisions every day that favor some individuals or groups more than others; adversely impacting the diverse workforce and talent pipeline. Leaders can make flawed decisions while believing they are doing the right thing because their blind spots can prevent them from seeing crucial information.
Dr. Turnbull explores the hidden brain and unconscious bias as it relates to your business decisions and diversity and inclusion. She puts a spotlight on the impact of your blind spots on inclusion and raises to consciousness the importance of including Social Identity awareness in your Coaching practice. It is no longer sufficient to work with the individual and their personal sense of themselves; you need to be able to see and understand the importance of their multiple group identity stories.
Book - The Illusion of Inclusion
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