Featured in Training Journal: Unconscious bias – some lessons learned

“Am I unconsciously biased? Yes, and its discovery can be a shocking self-revelation. I remember years ago my surprise when the IT support person who came to help me was a woman! OMG, what was I thinking? Well, I wasn’t thinking.”

Our director of learning and innovation, Terence Brake features in Training Journal this month discussing unconscious bias and how our biases can be altered.

Click here to read the article.


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About the Author

Terence Brake

Terence Brake is an author in the global learning & development field and has over 20 years experience helping executives to work better across cultures.

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