Bias

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Why Nobody Stopped Harvey Weinstein and the Invisible Evils of Bias
By Will Marré

I felt a combination of admiration and anger Saturday morning as I listened to a speech by Dr. Gloria McNeal at National University in La Jolla, CA. When she finished, my colleague, Adriana was in tears and I held my head in my hands.   Read More

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Why Success and Survival Requires the End of Bias
By Will Marré

Most people who are in control, people who wield immense amounts of institutional power, do not believe that bias or prejudice limit people's opportunities.   Read More

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Why Standing Up for Yourself is Essential
By Will Marré

Right now I am very busy teaching companies how to create a gender synergy. This requires a change of culture as well as a change of behavior of both men and women who want to work together more effectively.   Read More

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How to Inspire Yourself When You are the Victim of Bias
By Will Marré

Victimhood has a bad name. People who feel like victims are told they are weak. Psychologists even have a name for it...learned helplessness. But in my experience being victimized is often a reality.   Read More

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Bias Busting - Two Essential Things Women Can Do Now to Get More Opportunities
By Will Marré

One thing is for sure. If you are a woman, or communicate like one, you are not getting the opportunities you deserve.   Read More

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Bias is Holding You Back
By Will Marré

The most common answer to that question is 10% of the time. Some people say 5%. No one has ever said over 20%. This means if you have had 10 bosses only one was exceptionally competent.   Read More