The highly anticipated follow up to Overcoming Bias
Erasing Institutional Bias:
How to Create Systemic Change for Organizational Inclusion
Available everywhere books are sold on October 23, 2018
All humans have bias, and as a result,
so do the institutions we build.
While it is easy to identify intentionally built systems of oppression like Jim Crow or the paralysis caused by the glass ceiling for women in the workplace, confronting systems that perpetuate subtle, unconscious bias is much harder.
Erasing Institutional Bias will help people tackle structural bias regardless of their positional power. Eliminating systemic bias can seem an insurmountable task from the vantage point of an ordinary individual, yet Jana and Diaz Mejias empower readers to recognize that each of us has the ability to affect systemic bias through a deliberate, coordinated effort. Institutional bias afflicts all industries—including business, education, health care, government, tech, the arts, nonprofits, and finance and banking.
Among the types of institutional bias addressed are hiring bias, gender bias, racial bias, occupational bias, and customer bias. Jana and Diaz Mejias focus their attention on bias in the workplace and give readers practices and activities to create organizational trust to challenge these implicit biases.
Erasing Institutional Bias will help people recognize that each of us has the power to affect systemic bias. Each of us can evaluate our own current role in perpetuating systemic bias and define our new role in breaking down systemic bias.
Available everywhere books are sold October 23, 2018
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