Four unintentional biases in decision making

  1. Implicit prejudice – Bias that emerges from unconscious beliefs
  2. In-group favouritism – Bias that favours your group
  3. Over-claiming credit – Bias that favours you
  4. Conflict of interest – Bias that favours those that favour you

Source: Banaji

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Mike Morrison is a consultant and change agent specialising in developing skills in senior people to increase organizational performance.
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