Female Lead Workplace Gender Bias Report causes a stir-Buki Mosaku's Report on Gender Bias


Buki Mosaku, one of the world's foremost unconscious bias navigation experts and author of the forthcoming book, I Don’t Understand?: A Practical Guide to Navigating Bias in the Workplace announces his new report on how to manage gender bias in the workplace. The report offers insights on dealing with gender discrimination and empowers women professionals to navigate inevitable bias without evoking 'defensive fragility'.

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Mosaku, founder of DiverseCity a diversity and inclusion consultancy, is a well-renowned consultant and speaker on dealing with different forms of discrimination,whether it is based on gender, race, disability age or other minority groups. He says that discrimination can come in all forms and most people remain unaware of the more subtle forms of gender bias — actions and non-actions that prevent women from reaching the upper ranks in a company. While more women today can occupy various positions, new reports suggest that there are still many women professionals who experience gender bias in the workplace. This bias can manifest itself in different ways, from the more obvious ones to subtle behaviors that can stifle otherwise promising careers. Mosaku released the new report to guide women on how to navigate sensed unconscious or subtle gender bias in the workplace as and when it happens in the moment, without invoking 'defensive fragility' from the presumed perpetrator. The report gives an insight into Mosaku's IDU? Methodology which he teaches to corporates and has used to navigate his own experience of racial bias.Further information on navigating unconscious bias can be accessed at The new report clarifies that there are several differences between racial bias and gender bias in the workplace. Yet, how one responds to either is similar. The most important factor, says Mosaku, is how one perceives one’s self. People must avoid developing a “victim” mentality. This is something Mosaku emphasizes. While gender bias is a phenomenon, women can increase self-determination by successfully navigating the inevitability of unconscious gender bias in the workplace. By practicing the IDU? Methodology women, like minorities can negate sensed gender bias and its potential for stifling otherwise prosperous careers.This simple shift in perception changes the way a woman deals with unconscious gender bias. Mosaku writes, "Speak to women about unconscious or subtle

gender bias in the workplace and it quickly becomes clear that this is a unique challenge and frustration that a man cannot even begin to comprehend." Interested parties can learn more about Mosaku by visiting

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