Mark Murphy | FranklinCovey
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Book our thought leader on Unconscious Bias, Mark Murphy, coauthor of The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias.
Mark is a FranklinCovey Senior Consultant who has facilitated content successfully to clients worldwide for almost three decades. Through his own life experiences and extensive global travel, Mark is passionate about inclusion and bias and is an expert in helping clients create diversity in their cultures. He has helped organizations build effective and inclusive cultures in the public sector, the Fortune 500 companies, and the US government.
Mark is an expert in helping clients drive culture change. He works with clients to develop and execute strategies aligned to the client’s mission and vision that help drive large scale behavior change all the way to the frontline. Mark is phenomenal at developing leaders and individual contributors so organizations can meet their goals and reach new levels of effectiveness.
Author of The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias
Mark Murphy is the author of The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias and is a FranklinCovey Senior Consultant who has facilitated and keynoted to clients worldwide for the last 29 years. During that time, he also spent 11 years as a founding partner of a small boutique firm specializing in project management consulting.
“We all have our own life story. Mine is no more or less significant than anyone else’s. There is so much more to people than what we see on the surface. The vast majority of what connects us lies just below the surface. So much can be learned when we seek to understand others’ stories and have the courage to share our own.”MARK MURPHY
Books by Mark
The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias: How To Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High-Performing Teams
It’s just a fact: we all have unconscious biases working in the background of our brains. These biases can help us navigate our complex world, but they can also derail our decision making, damage our relationships, and inhibit the performance of our teams.
Using the principle-centered, research-supported tactics in this book, leaders can learn to identify unconscious bias in themselves and others, cultivate connection in their teams, and choose courage to make progress. You’ll move beyond awareness into action across important inflection points like recruiting, engagement, and promotion. Now more than ever, leaders must master these skills to build high-performing teams and compete in a world that demands inclusion.