The Illusion of Inclusion

"The Illusion of Inclusion by Dr Helen Turnbull"

How inclusive are you really? Do you think of yourself as a well-intentioned person? Do you know the difference between being a good leader and being an inclusive leader? What role does unconscious bias play in your decision making?

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When you change the way you look at things…

"When you change the way you look at things"

When you change the way you look at things the things you look at change (Wayne Dyer) Are you getting enough sleep? It is an open secret that if you are not, then your decision making abilities are impaired. The field of Neurology has always been recognized as part of the medical sciences, however in

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Conscious or Unconscious? That is the question?

"Conscious or Unconscious? That is the question?"

Conscious or Unconscious? That is the question? Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. Or to take arms against a sea of troubles And by opposing end them. Are we in danger of having our heads in the sand and casting aside the challenges of conscious biases

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Cognizant – The Diversity and Inclusion MRI

"Cognizant – The Diversity & Inclusion MRI"

Imagine being able to show your leadership team, HR team or Employee Affinity groups the impact of their conscious and unconscious preferences and biases. This graphic is a sample of a leadership team’s perceptions of gender differences in their workplace.

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Washing your windows

Washing Your Windows

Someone recently sent me an email with a morality story….you know, the ones that you have to forward to seven people within seven minutes. I usually don’t pass them on, but I liked the message in this one so I thought I would share it with you. A recently married young couple move in to

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THE RUBIK CUBE and the SISTERHOOD

THE RUBIK CUBE and the SISTERHOOD"

Did you know that there are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 possible variations to solving the rubik cube. That is 43 quitllion, 252 quadrillion, 3 trillion, 274 billion, 489 million+ variations. (source: www.metacafe.com) These numbers can only be calculated by a super computer, in n-dimensional hyperspace. In other words, the human mind cannot possibly comprehend or grasp the vastness

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