The resounding answer to this question is yes! Developing a more inclusive mindset will help root out stereotypical behavior that clouds personal and societal development, creativity, productivity and overall success.

How to Overcome Unconscious Bias in Four Easy Steps

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GamePlan A community member Jinny Lim has four easy steps we can all take to eliminate unconscious bias.  

“Unconscious bias causes us to attribute qualities or handicaps implicitly to people just because they own certain characteristics,” said Jinny Lim.

Try Out Our Diversity and Inclusion Summer Reading List

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GamePlan A editor Valarie Smith has curated some top reading material to build a more inclusive mindset with the help of adidas’ Portland-based Employee Resource Groups.

From ‘The Girl at the Baggage Claim’ to ‘Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People’ these books will encourage you to explore your internal landscape, offering a fresh perspective for your personal growth.

Listen & Learn: 4 of the Best Podcasts on Race and Inclusion

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If you’re on the go, there’s plenty of great podcasts to listen to that help you develop a more inclusive mindset. Sina Port has chosen these four podcasts to help you upskill yourself on anti-racism and social justice. 

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