4 tips for working with biased employees

11/1/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Leaders who manage biased employees can follow these tips to help them perform better. To begin, look at the staffer's personal goals and pinpoint the employee's bias. "If employees believe that the company's current direction will ultimately lead to meeting their goals (when it doesn't) and that a new direction will miss their goals (when it won't), they will become resistant and inactive and other biases will flow," Maurice Ewing writes.

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