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Have you ever thought about how your unconscious beliefs, judgements, preferences and your mental and emotional patterns impact the world around you? What if I told you that your deeply seated – and often unconscious - convictions could make or break someone’s career and life?

“We have Paleolithic emotions, medieval institutions and God-like technologies,” framed the renewed Harvard biologist EO Wilson our modern day leadership dilemma. The only solution is to constantly dip under the water and to continue exploring the deeper layers of our unconscious mind. Thus we can create healthy guardrails that can help us – and those around us – to stay fair and to lead better and more successful careers, organizations and lives.

How do our unconscious biases impact our ability to lead successful hybrid teams and organizations? Join me for a 90-minute virtual workshop to explore precisely this topic. During this workshop we will discuss our unconscious biases towards work location and also a plethora of other age, gender, ethnicity, nationality, religion and culture-related biases and I will propose solutions for you to keep your biases at bay, so you can survive under the current circumstances and thrive on the global talent market that is opening for us these days.

The workshop is FREE OF CHARGE and we will have enough room for your questions and group sharing.


I focus on strategic communications, emotional and systemic intelligence and personal and organization leadership. I help leaders and future leaders to develop their strategic communication skills, to build reputable personal brands and to boost their team and organizational leadership. I support individuals, teams and organizations through advisory, training, coaching and mentoring services.

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