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re:Work (Google): Unbiasing

re:Work (Google): Unbiasing

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Unconscious biases are the automatic, mental shortcuts used to process information and make decisions quickly ... Cognitive filters and heuristics allow the mind to unconsciously prioritize, generalize, and dismiss large volumes of input... useful when making decisions ... can sometimes lead individuals astray ... prevent individuals from making the most objective decisions. They can cause people to overlook great ideas, undermine individual potential, and create a less than ideal work experience ...

give people the platform and tools to begin unbiasing... giving your first thoughts a second look.

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