Biases are of multiple kinds, seen or hidden. It can be harmful and can prevent innovation, harm relationships between employees and affect organisations. It is important to recognise them, understand them, and know how to deal with them at different levels. Also, there are many biases that tend to be unconscious, that manifest, and have implications that make it difficult for people to exchange accurate decisions. So learn from the experts how to be extremely conscious of these biases.
Vijaya Prasanna - She is the Director at Walmart Global Tech India, with demonstrated expertise of working in the US Healthcare and Benefits outsourcing services, Retail and SCM industry. She is a strong professional skilled in setting up large offshore teams, Product development, Operations and Transitions management, Oracle Database Management, Talent Management and more.
Chaitanya Sreenivas - He is the Chief Talent Officer at Kyndryl. A management professional with a wide experience in Consulting, Process Transformation, Operations Delivery Management and HR, he specialises in Management Consulting, Process Transition and Transformation, Competency Development, and more.
Aditi Mahadevan - She is the Managing Director, APAC Head of Talent, Learning and Diversity at Citi, and is also a certified trainer for leadership programs, certified MBTI Practitioner, and a RACC certified Coach
“Understood the different biases that exist and how to deal with them” - Pooja Vahi,executive
There is a crazy amount of biases at workplace and this conversation definitely throws light on it” - Stuti K Chakravarty
“My understanding of biases and how i can make a difference has definitely got better” - Vinay Nagpal,Director
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