How do you know?

A couple of weeks ago I was asked to explain the concept of multidirectional workplace bias. I gave an example of a time, twenty years ago when I wrongly sensed racial bias towards me from a prospect C suite decision maker that asked me to present to his management team. I sensed racial bias towards…

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Here’s Why…

At times when I write or speak about multidirectional unconscious bias in the workplace;  in particular ‘reverse bias’, some critics feel or fear: I’m letting off conscious/unconscious perpetrators of racial closely followed by gender, disability, age  and sexual orientation bias etc. That I as an ethnic minority am exacerbating the problem, emboldening perpetrators and relieving…

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Critical Race Theory in Schools: A Red Rag to a Bull or Inclusive?

The debate around Critical Race Theory being taught in schools will always be contentious and political says Buki Mosaku, Workplace Bias Navigation expert and author of the forthcoming book: “I Don’t Understand “-  Navigating Unconscious Bias in the workplace.  “What matters here, as elsewhere, is clarity void of political interests and the collective guilt and pain…

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Unconscious Bias…Peeve or Leave?

One of the most effective ways of determining how to respond to any sensed unconscious bias or micro-aggression towards you is to use your internal GPS. I call this Peeve or Leave? The ‘Peeve or Leave?’ question should always be your first step in navigating unconscious bias in the workplace or any other bias for that matter.  Here’s my tips…

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