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Brenton cullen

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Challenges your bias

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Reviewed: 14-05-2020

If you think you have no gender bias, this book realigns your thoughts and makes you realise you do. Every male designer engineer builder politician and leader needs to take a note of points in this book.

we need to encourage a differing voice

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Reviewed: 02-01-2020

Shows a bleak picture where society condemns anyone who provides a different view on sensitive social issues, this condemnation makes people be silent for fear of it marginalising, or affecting their future careers, and more troubling this silence of differing views is used as justification that the controversial view is correct.

What a revelation

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Reviewed: 19-11-2019

Makes you really think about how these organisations get to big to be challenged by governments

Provoking

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Reviewed: 31-10-2019

Proves the point just because it can be done the question is always but should we. How many others thought the sme but just went I am just doing my job for the greater good.

Eye opening

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Reviewed: 24-07-2019

It was hard to get into at first. But persevere the insights and revelations are astounding

What happens when you employee wrong peole

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Reviewed: 13-05-2019

Great i Site into what happens when you as a leader only want people to agree with you, and penalise those that speak up