Tag "values"

the unconscious impact

Psychologist Joseph LeDoux refers to bias as our human “danger detector,” as it provides a quick way to insure our safety. We make fast judgments about what is “normal” and what isn’t and often this works in our favor.1 As humans, unconscious biases are formed at an early age—we make categories and sort people into groups. These biases operate outside logic and heavily influence the way we make decisions.

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bare essence

The journey from middle manager to CEO is a more complex one than from trainee to middle management. There are greater conflicts and greater competition; as a result, the corporate pyramid tapers and a Darwinian process of selection and survival sets in. Here are nine signposts that one should follow to reach the top of the pyramid.

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