Identify and Tackle Unconscious Bias in Your Office
With This Expert Methodology
Ensure your team is equipped with the skills to recognise and handle implicit bias when they
encounter it - discover Buki Mosaku's forthcoming book and the "I Don't Understand?"
approach, his innovative new methodology for dealing with unconscious bias at work!
Mosaku's forthcoming book, "I Don't Understand? A Practical
Guide to Navigating Bias in the Workplace," explains his
innovative methodology for calling out professional bias as it
The recently-announced book fully outlines Mosaku's
"I Don't Understand?" methodology, the culmination of
twenty years of studying bias.
The recent “Sofagate” incident highlights gender
optics and the need for an effective method of
addressing gender, race, and all other forms of bias
towards marginalised groups. At a recent sit-down
between European Union leaders and the President
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen
and EU Council President Charles Michel arrived at
the meeting to find only two chairs-- one already
occupied by Turkish President Erdogan. Michel took
the other chair, leaving von der Leyen speechless
Von der Leyen's single comment in the moment, "Ehrm...?" exemplifies the need
for his strategy of addressing bias in the moment, avoiding an unintentional
mistake from snowballing into a major incident.
Mosaku’s book focuses on his unique
communications solution to help you
recognise bias as it happens and how you
can neutralise it in order to avoid tension
and a stressful work environment.
Mosaku himself is a veteran consultant, trainer, coach,
and communications guru who has worked with over fifty
thousand individuals over his twenty-year career. He has
consulted for clients of all sizes, including several FTSE
and Fortune 500 companies.
His newly-announced book is the first to comprehensively lay out his strategy for handling
bias on the job. This latest announcement continues the consultancy's mission to
eradicate all forms of profession