Range is critical for not only individuals, but teams too. Learn how cultivating collective range can help your team defeat groupthink.
A distance bias occurs when we prioritize what's closer in space or time than what's farther away. Here's how to mitigate the bias to prioritize better.
For the past few years, Microsoft has been embarking on a journey to diversify its workforce and increase feelings of inclusion company-wide.
It's one of the most common missteps leaders make in expanding their talent pool: creating diversity without inclusion. Here's why both matter.
Dr. Mona Weiss studies why some people speak up at work, and others keep quiet. Here she presents leaders with some advice to raise quiet voices.
If you have a brain, you're biased. The SEEDS Model® organizes five kinds of unconscious bias that affect decision-making the most.
In 1971, a Yale psychologist borrowed a chilling concept from the novel "1984" to label a new phenomenon of human behavior.
Groupthink bubbles up when dissenting voices keep quiet. Leaders can improve group decision-making when they work to raise those quiet voices.
Groupthink isn't invisible. If leaders know how to spot groupthink in their team meetings, they can take concrete steps to make sure it doesn't crop up.
The Bay of Pigs Invasion, a political move widely viewed as a textbook case of failed decision-making, has helped psychologists study major organizations.