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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, President and Co-Founder of International Insights Dr. Gleb Tsipursky speaks on how we can overcome our native tribalism through emotional and social intelligence.

We face many challenges due to our tribal tendencies, which undermine diversity and inclusion efforts. Our minds are adapted for the savanna, not the modern world, and research shows that our evolutionary heritage has resulted in tribal impulses that create unconscious bias and a series of other cognitive biases. A few pioneering organizations have been using cutting-edge research on emotional and social intelligence to solve the problems caused by our tribalism. This presentation will teach attendees about the best practices from the most successful efforts of these pioneering organizations, and help them adapt these strategies to their own organizations.

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Dr. Gleb Tsipursky is the Co-founder and President of Intentional Insights, which specializes in helping leaders and organizations advance diversity and inclusion and avoid business disasters through science-based decision-making and emotional and social intelligence. With over two decades of experience in speaking, consulting, and coaching on these topics, Gleb is known for adapting cutting-edge research to everyday business reality.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn about how our evolutionary heritage undermine diversity & inclusion efforts
  • Understand how pioneering organizations use cutting-edge research to solve the problems caused by our tribal instincts
  • Adapt the strategies used by these pioneering organizations into your own organization

Presenters: Dr. Gleb Tsipursky (Co-founder and President of Intentional Insights)

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