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From incomparable storyteller and beloved diversity and inclusion expert, Steve L. Robbins, comes the 10th anniversary edition of his classic book, What If?, used by scores of companies globally for diversity training.  

This 10th anniversary edition of the beloved classic features 10 new stories written by Dr. Robbins that help listeners gain deeper insight into the role our brains play in shaping our thoughts and actions, and what we can do to be more curious and open-minded in our diverse world.   

Based on his study of the fields of behavioral science and cognitive neuroscience, Robbins explores unconscious bias in many of its forms, including availability bias, confirmation bias, anchoring bias, and others. With his signature humor, these weighty but important topics are addressed with great insight, care, and humility. The result is an unpretentious guide for individuals and organizations that will help break down defenses and shine a helpful light on human behavior in a world filled with differences.

©2008, 2018 Steve L. Robbins (P)2019 Tantor

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What I find as a diversity worker is that a lot of what we can do to get the message across is to tell stories. I enjoyed the storytelling aspect of making Inclusion/diversity relatable to every day occurrences. We have to tell the stories so they can hear the messages.