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Lessons on leadership and community from 25 leaders of color

September 17, 2022
Borderless Leadership

Everyone has their own sense of what makes a great leader, informed largely by what they’ve already seen or experienced. However, this “I know it when I see it” approach, known as familiarity bias, can have narrowing effects, especially when it comes to recognizing the specific attributes that leaders of color bring. READ MORE

by Darren Isom, Cora Daniels, and Britt Savage

Source: hbr.org

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