Reducing bias isn’t just a way to improve your company’s public perception. It’s also a means to enhance performance, notes McKinsey.
What can happen if we don’t actively strive to eliminate bias in our organizations?
Squashing bias in the workplace isn’t just good for employees. It’s good for the company. And it starts with a willingness to accept that we may have biases we don’t even realize.
Remember – it doesn’t make you a bad person if you have some bias. What matters is that you identify it – both in yourself and in your organization as a whole – and take proactive steps to eliminate it.
Are you ready to take your company’s performance to the next level and make it a better place to work along the way?