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Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People – A Tool to Advance DEI at Fate Skincare

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have been a significant focus in the workplace in recent years. However, despite the best intentions, hidden biases can still influence decision-making and create barriers to creating a truly diverse and inclusive environment. To overcome these biases, it’s crucial to recognize and address them. This is where the book “Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People” by Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald comes in as a valuable tool.

At Fate Skincare, we believe that embracing DEI is critical for building a strong and thriving workplace. Our team is committed to creating a culture where everyone feels welcome, respected, and valued. However, we recognize that hidden biases can be a challenge to overcome. That’s why we use “Blindspot” as a tool to expedite our understanding and advance awareness of DEI.

The book “Blindspot” explains how our unconscious biases affect our behavior, even when we are unaware of them. It provides strategies for identifying and addressing these biases, including exercises that help readers to recognize their own biases. By using this tool, our team at Fate Skincare has been able to gain a deeper understanding of how our biases can impact our decision-making and how we can take steps to mitigate them.

One of the most compelling aspects of “Blindspot” is its focus on the fact that biases are not the result of individual moral failings. Instead, they are a product of our culture and environment. By recognizing this, we can begin to see biases as a problem that requires collective action and change. This perspective aligns with Fate Skincare’s commitment to creating a workplace where everyone is treated fairly and has the opportunity to thrive.

In conclusion, “Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People” is an excellent tool for advancing DEI at Fate Skincare and in any workplace. By using this tool, we have been able to gain a deeper understanding of our unconscious biases and take steps to address them. We believe that this is a crucial step in building a diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and respected.

We encourage everyone to read “Blindspot” and use it as a tool to advance DEI in their workplace. Together, we can create a more inclusive and equitable future.

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