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Unconscious bias is impacting your performance—whether you know it or not.
We’re good people with good intentions, making decisions based on facts . . . right?
Unfortunately, there’s more at play than we realize. Our brains are constantly filtering, sorting, and using shortcuts to handle the overwhelming amount of information we receive each day. And those shortcuts are often where unconscious bias slips in. Left unchecked, unconscious bias can impair our decision making and limit the performance, innovation, and opportunities of those we manage—sometimes in contrast to our most deeply held values.
Using the four-part framework outlined in this book—Identify Bias, Cultivate Connection, Choose Courage, and Apply Across the Talent Lifecycle—we can bring our biases to the surface and work to address them.
Bias is a natural part of the human condition—of how the brain works. And it affects how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations and circumstances, often limiting potential.
There is nothing more fundamental to performance than how we see and treat each other as human beings.
About Mark Murphy
Mark is the coauthor of the bestselling book The Leader's Guide to Unconscious Bias. He is a FranklinCovey senior consultant who has facilitated content successfully to clients worldwide for the last 29 years. During that time, he also spent 11 years as a founding partner of a small boutique firm specializing in project management consulting. Mark grew up in Colorado and lives in Dallas, Texas.
He speaks Spanish fluently and has facilitated content in South Texas, Mexico, Argentina, and Puerto Rico. Mark has a B.S. in Marketing from BYU with minors in accounting, economics, and Spanish as well as a master’s in organizational behavior/industrial psychology from BYU’s Marriott School of Management.