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Rise Above The 4% Diversity Glass Ceiling In Your Business With Expert Solutions Author and unconscious bias expert Buki Mosaku of DiverseCity Think Tank, a London-based diversity and inclusion consultancy, has launched a new report discussing proposed solutions to what is known as the pervasive 4 per cent issue. Buki Mosaku is the author of “I Don't Understand? A Practical Guide To Navigating Bias In The Workplace”. By releasing this report, Buki Mosaku seeks to offer you a pragmatic approach to addressing the 4 per cent glass ceiling the Black community encounters in academic establishments and companies across the board. He hopes to offer fresh insight and methods that can be implemented to correct this situation. In an article written for 'Democracy - A Journal of Ideas', Jamal Simmons, a political contributor, claims that in nearly all sectors, Black inclusion in leadership positions seems to stall around the 4 per cent mark. In his report, Buki Mosaku responds to Simmons' article, arguing that despite its significant conclusions and proposed solutions, it fails to entirely address fundamental bias-related problems. Mosaku adds that more attention should be placed on teaching skills to navigate what he terms "Directional Bias" when it occurs in the workplace. Failure to do so causes racial tension and demoralization stifling the career of many Black executives who would otherwise reach board-level positions. Buki Mosaku and the team at DiverseCity Think Tank focus on helping academic institutions and corporate organizations understand unconscious bias and develop actionable solutions to address it in their working environment. This was discussed during a recent interview with Sony Award-winning Presenter Miranda Rae. Go to https://diversecitytt.co m to find out more!