Personal bias affects every decision that every person makes every day; it always has, and it always will. It is an intangible that either contributes to or takes away from the value we add as human beings in our personal roles as well as in a professional capacity. Development is a journey, and
as you begin your journey of leadership, the negative contributions that arise from your personal bias may often be overlooked. If you are lucky, you have someone, a mentor, a leader, a friend, who brings a negative
bias into your awareness and if you are smart, you take steps to shift your bias into one that serves rather than one that hurts.
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