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All humans have bias, and as a result, so do the institutions we build. Internationally sought-after diversity consultant Tiffany Jana empowers listeners to work against institutional bias no matter what their position is in an organization.     

Building upon the revelatory power of her book Overcoming Bias, which addressed managing individual and interpersonal bias, Erasing Institutional Bias scales up the framework to impact systemic change in organizations. Jana and co-author Ashley Diaz Mejias bring together in-depth research on how biases become embedded into workplace cultures with practical and engaging tools that will mobilize listeners toward action. They confront specific topics such as racism, sexism, hiring and advancement bias and retribution bias, meaning when organizations develop a culture of aggression, and offer solutions for identifying and controlling them.   

This audiobook urges listeners to ask questions such as, “Are we attempting to create systems in which all people can thrive? What kind of world and what kind of workplaces are we cultivating?” These questions, the authors say, must first be answered by ourselves, recognizing our own role in perpetuating harmful biases that come to define institutions.    

In a world divided, Erasing Institutional Bias is designed to raise awareness about imbalances and help us hold ourselves accountable for creating a world that works for everyone. Each of us can evaluate our own current role in perpetuating systemic bias and define our new role in breaking it down. Jana and Mejias inspire and equip us so that we can all affect organizational change, together.

©2018 Tiffany Jana and Ashley Diaz Mejias (P)2018 Tiffany Jana and Ashley Diaz Mejias

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Okay

The ideas presented were not particularly novel and I wish they had discussed more practical measures - such as how to identify allies, etc, rather than focusing on proving that bias exists in various types. Of we are reading this book, we likely know that.

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Great explanations to bias!

Good information on bias to be shared across organizations to help with foundational understanding. Easy listening.

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Unimpressive

I saw great reviews so after reading very powerful books from CEO Marc Benioff and CEO Cheryl Bachelder as well as Inclusify by Dr Stefanie Johnson, this book pales in comparison. I was expecting so much more. I finished the book but it was a struggling all the way though. A lot of great ideas but thats all it was. I did not feel inspired at all

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Informational not practical

No practical advice or strategies were given. Statistics are given and talked around the issue.

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  • 06-16-20

True message and great Training

This is going to be great for our new Diversity and inclusion Council. This will be an eye opener.

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  • 09-04-19

The “how” is buried in the exclamation.

I wish this to have been better than I found it. Well categorised, and positive approach to confronting and changing, but lacks the coaching, with just a repetition of six steps: intention, data, diagnosis, deconstruction, reconstruction, and accountability & measurement.
There’s no mention of assumed bias from people different to me. Consideration of this attitude is missing.
A good deconstruction, a fare map of the journey, I just need more explanation as to HOW TO.

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  • Laurna
  • 06-10-19

Want to be a change maker?

If injustice and bias gets under your skin, and you don't know where to start, this is a great book to help you define where to start and your circle of influence.