Data proves it: bias negatively impacts productivity.

This is why companies spend millions on antibias trainings every year, to create workforces that are more inclusive, and thereby more innovative and more effective. But trainings are not enough. Change needs to happen every day within your team, and you, as a leader, can take some key actions to really make a change.

This HBR article tells you how:

  1. Identify the type of bias that is playing out in your team
  2. Recognize when, where, and why it arises
  3. Intervene to stop it, by picking your people, managing day-to-day and develop the team