Jan 16, 2019
"The things that come to us easily tend to be the nature of our bias"
Khalil Smith is Head of Diversity and Inclusion Practice at the NeuroLeadership Institute (North Carolina, USA). He talks to Kim Drumgo, Director of Diversity and Inclusion (AICPA & CIMA, USA) about the unconscious brain dynamics that feed into biases and assumptions. He reveals how it impacts our work relationships and explains what we can do about it.
Khalil brings over 20 years of business experience: from specialising in creating a culture of learning and inspiration at Apple Inc., and demystifying group dynamics through the lens of social science as a consultant. Connect with him as @khalilsmith_ and via LinkedIn.
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