Mindbugs: unconscious biases

Why do organizations have such a hard time achieving diversity? It is generally recognized and scientifically proven that diversity in teams in terms of cultural background, gender or age leads to better decisions and growth of the organization, especially when it comes to diversity in management teams. The answer lies in our Mindbugs. Unconsciously, our brain is full of beliefs and biases. Mindbugs play an important role at work. They block the creation of a truly diverse organization and, consequently, they block decisions that lead to better results!

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Diversity in leadership within organizations can provide a powerful competitive advantage. It all starts with recognizing and acknowledging our Mindbugs. Like many other organizations, test whether you and your colleagues have unconscious preferences around leadership and gender (M/F) and make diversity a success.

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In the Netherlands, your skin color may not be a reason for unequal treatment. Yet it happens within many organizations that people with a dark skin color have less chance of promotion or, for example, work in the ‘spotlights’ of the organization. Almost never consciously, but unconsciously many people rather opt for a white colleague…

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Discrimination ensures that dreams of the future end in frustration and that talent is wasted. Diversity within organizations starts with the awareness of unconscious bias and preferences and thus the start of creating diversity. For this we have developed the mindbugstest Names and Leadership.

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Esther

“Mindbugs play a major role in the organization of diversity. One of the secrets of a successful organization is creating a working environment in which people can enter into a dialogue with each other in a good, honest, and constructive manner. That means openness and equality. The more diverse the team composition is, the more solid the dialogue will be within the organization. For this reason, I advise everyone to take the Mindbugs tests.”

 

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