Values, dialogue can thwart workplace biases

05/30/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

A commitment to positive values may hold the antidote to sneaky biases that can hinder good judgment in the workplace, Jonathan Doochin writes. He supports the theory with behavioral research linking positive dialogue with better decision making and corporate success.

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