3 Biases That Hijack Performance Reviews, and How to Address Them

By Beth Jones, Khalil Smith & Dr. David Rock

When we talk about bias, we often tie it to acts of discrimination or prejudice. But according to cognitive science, everybody, by virtue of having a brain that’s constantly seeking efficiency, is biased in some way — and not all biases make us actively malicious.

The key is how we manage our biases.

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2020-04-07T18:06:30-04:00June 20th, 2018|

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