This evidence-based solution transfers inclusion work to the individual and is designed to make behavior more inclusive through six habit-building phases—embracing inclusion matters, understanding biases and their sources, dispersing with the negativity associated with unconscious biases, practicing thinking more deliberately, reprogramming incorrect intuitions about others and becoming more empathetic.
- Effects of programming and policy employed without behavior change are limited
- Because of overconfidence bias, programming and policy can create inclusion pitfalls
- Seeding inclusive behaviors and creating inclusive habits is the next frontier in DEI
- The Inclusion Habit includes six habit-building layers