Discovering bias in facilitated teams

Bias--deeply held opinions or subjective perspectives--can hinder project team formation, cripple communication, or erupt in conflict and threaten project success. Bias can be recognized by people's emotional reactions to changes, their use of trigger words, and their ambiguous explanations or use of unproven evidence. This article offers tips on recognizing bias, and suggestions on how to rid a project team of bias by discovery and confrontation.
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