by Suzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contribution™ Cultivator, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP),

As a leader, do you actively seek out different points of view? Or do your unconscious biases assume the same people will provide the innovative solutions you seek? Consider your unconscious biases, and then use a bias buster to bring your preference into the light.

Persisting biases that plague our world

In this episode…
Consider how to make your contribution count:

1.    Why does my bias exist?

2.    What can I do when I recognize my bias creeping into decisions?

3.    How do I learn my biases?


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Want to learn more about your biases? Do this 12-minute test, and get a peek into your natural tendencies, then go through the above first three steps. You may have a new perspective on why your assumptions were unfounded.


Until next time, make your contributions count.
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Suzanne F. Stevens Author, Keynote Speaker

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    2 replies to "weWednesday: Seven actions to being a bias buster"

    • susan kawa

      I have found that having diversity on a BOD is a wonderful opportunity to check my biases–as we work together for a common cause. And as you articulated—it starts with a conversation. I would add that being present is also a factor in uncovering/assessing ones biases. When I am thinking ahead as I speak with someone—thinking of my next point, or how I am right (!) it does not allow me to be present. Perhaps that is the 7 second pause…but sometimes I am using that time to think about me rather than about the other person’s contribution.

      • YouMeWe

        Excellent point! And I couldn’t agree more. Being present is key in all communications. A matter of fact ‘listening’ effectively can’t be done unless you are present. I see them as one of the same – and yet such an important point to emphasise. If we all could be present, wouldn’t we be happier and be open to the possibilities? Thanks for sharing your critical perspective Susan!

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