Do Others Have Bias Against Our Strengths?

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For Women’s History Month, I encourage you to examine how your biases on leadership styles and traits may be biased for or against women (and other minoritized people) in the workplace.

In previous Medium articles, I have explored the idea of using leadership inventories and assessments to understand how they work with others and showcase their leadership on a team. I introduced a…

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I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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