Overcoming Confirmation Bias: Thinking Gray

You might view situations as either black or white, but reality is more nuanced and has shades of gray. But to be truly effective, a leader must be able to recognize the nuances of a given circumstance in order to choose the best course of action. One approach is to force yourself to write down different cases for a given decision or appoint different members of a group to do so.

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