Beware the convenient catchphrase not based on fact


During a weekend work conference earlier this year, an old varsity friend was unsettled by a surprise item on the agenda — something to “sink your teeth into”, according to the tagline, and “great for team bonding”.

A motley crew of colleagues thrown together at a cheapskate self-catering venue (her description, not mine), participants were expected to explore their unconscious bias in relation to a range of circumstances, factors and people...

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