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SPECIAL FEATURE ON NEUROMANAGEMENT

BREAKING BIAS 

Why learning how the brain works can help people overcome systemic bias

By LIZ BERNIER

We all have biases that are so automatic, so ingrained in our thinking that we’re not even aware of them — it’s evolutionary. The good news? This bias is possible to overcome — but not without understanding why the brain works
the way it does, according to Carlos Davidovich, vice-president of executive coaching at Optimum Talent in Toronto. READ FULL ARTICLE

NEUROMANAGEMENT, THE MISSING LINK

HR has a vital new resource to build a better workplace

By TRISH MAGUIRE

Thanks to advancements in science and technology, Carlos Davidovich tells us talent managers and leaders have a new science and practice they can be inspired by. It seems the essential missing link into understanding what really drives
our motivation, satisfaction and performance has indeed been found — to be exact, neuromanagement or neuroscience for some people. READ FULL ARTICLE

DO YOU BELIEVE IN GHOSTS?

 By KAREN GORSLINE

Biases are not things people like to talk about. For some, bias has a very negative connotation. For others, bias has no place in decision-making because it lacks rational foundation. Yet, we are haunted by these “ghosts,” our biases, and they inform almost every action we take. Like Scrooge in the Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol, we can think of
bias in terms of the past, present and future. READ FULL ARTICLE

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