Have you ever considered if your positive prejudices influence who you would collaborate with?

In this week’s episode consider:

  1. Have I ever overestimated someone’s ability when I first met them?
  2. Why did I think a person had an ability that they didn’t?
  3. How privileged am I, and how has it shown up in my life?

 

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Positive prejudices, it can create unrealistic expectations of someone based on our own biases. Learn more. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement
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When considering collaboration, the first impression should never be the last. Some of the most productive partnerships seem to start with some friction. Beware of your biases. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement
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Visit previous blogs in the unconscious bias series:

http://youmewe.ca/unconscious-biases-we-all-have-them/

http://youmewe.ca/seven-actions-to-being-a-bias-buster/

Until next time, make your contributions count.
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Suzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contribution CultivatorSuzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contributor™ Cultivator
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