Do you know your own prejudices?

04/19/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

You don't have to be a racist to discriminate against people, writes Leigh Steere. Many people bring subconscious biases into their business dealings, and it takes effort to root out and erase those prejudices. "Because each of us harbors unique biases, based on upbringing, culture and schooling, one-size-fits-all corporate programs may not help you truly appreciate and respect diversity," Steere warns.

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