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Why unconscious bias is bad for your business

Posted 28 February 2022 by
Kevin Wood

Is a better decision-making process the way forward?

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What are the best tools and training materials for DEI initiatives?

Posted 27 October 2021 by
Melissa Summer

3 experts share their DEI know-how in this webinar from WorkWider

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What’s stopping leaders being inclusive?

Posted 22 October 2021 by
Melissa Summer

Everyone knows that inclusion is a complex area. There’s no single thing that stops it happening or slows it down. There are several and they’re probably happening at the same time.

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Inclusion: Can your business afford not to be inclusive?

Posted 07 September 2021 by
Kevin Wood

Learn the business case for inclusion and why diversity alone doesn’t work...

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Diversity and inclusion...and personality?

Posted 04 September 2020 by
John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, The Myers-Briggs Company

Today’s businesses aren’t all just about shareholder values–many measure their performance with a triple bottom line. Profit, yes, but also People (caring for customers, workers and the wider community) and the Planet (caring for the environment).

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Leading while Black and Introverted

Posted 26 August 2020 by
Melissa Summer, Global Content Marketing Manager, The Myers-Briggs Company

Jeri Bingham hosts the Hush Loudly podcast on WGN Radio in Chicago. Her podcast interviews a myriad of successful people who have preferences for Introversion about their experiences in their life and work. Recently, Jeri hosted a panel for the Chicago State Foundation titled “Leading While Black and Introverted” and The Myers-Briggs Company’s Dr. Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson was started by laying the foundation for understanding personality type and Introversion. “People with...

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Gender Equality, Diversity, Leadership and International Women's Day

Posted 06 March 2020 by
Melissa Summer

What do gender equality and diversity have to do with leadership? Take a look at our newest research...

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