Here we are, men. 2016. First world. All the amenities. So are we missing anything that, as men, we used to need?
I was never trained how to interview candidates when I was a new manager. There are high costs of a cultural mismatch for organizations. The financial cost is estimated to be about one and half times the person’s salary.
After a successful show at Valencia College, John DiDonna and his cast went home. He heard some in his audience headed do Pulse along with many Orlando community members.
Ellen Page documents how gay people live around the world with “Gaycation.”
How to recognize hateful contradictions.
Brush up on your history; Republican DO have a history of bigotry and playing on people’s prejudices.
We tend to learn our biases from our parents, but children can help open our eyes.
Bias comes in many different forms, and it doesn’t always add up the way we expect.
When we allow ageist misconceptions and stereotypes to set the tone of cross-generational communication, we give prejudice a microphone.
What’s so different about a fight in basketball?
Confirmation bias nudges us to avoid people with opposing views, but engaging with them can make us more compassionate.
If you think you can separate the wheat from the chaff with IQ tests and snazzy credentials, prepare to be sorely disappointed: because smart people with MAs and PhDs are often blinded by bias. ––– “The intellectual life has a certain spontaneous character and inner determination. It has also a peculiar poise of its own,…
We strengthen memories while we sleep, and researchers have found a way to cue that process to help people better retain information that counters implicit biases.
Naomi Fryers examines the real motives behind Gavin McInnes’s sexist trolling on Fox News when he tells women where they belong.
The difficult life of being Asian in the Western Universe
Mayor de Blasio kicks off a a battle with NYPD over “The Talk” and Warren Blumenfeld sees a perfect chance to have a similar “Talk” with the nation.