Inclusion begins with understanding the self

Why understanding our peers begins with self-understanding

The common practice of having employees watch basic e-learning modules to tick off an HR to-do list is actually creating a more exclusive workplace than what it sets out to do. With our innate bias’s we are primed to spot difference among our peers and gravitate towards those who are like us.

Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D and co-founder of Mind Gym contributes regularly to Forbes. Read his article in full at

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