by Joe Folkman
The vast majority of leaders believe that they do an excellent job in building a climate of trust and openness to the different thoughts, styles, and backgrounds of others.
Often, others do not agree and feel their unconscious bias. To examine this difference in perception, Zenger Folkman gathered 360-degree assessments from 1,825 senior leaders. We found that leaders’ self-perceptions of their ability to value diversity and inclusion are not always aligned with the perception of others.
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