The Negative Impact of Knowledge Discrimination

Chief Learning Officer - Talent Management

Knowledge discrimination, a term established by lifelong learning expert and author Peter Smith, acknowledges that we discriminate in favor of knowledge based on where it is learned rather than how well an individual knows it and can apply it. According to Smith, this discrimination has a tremendously negative impact, not only on the individual, but on society. Video production: Andrew Kennedy Lewis.

Women in Leadership: #BalanceforBetter

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Do you find that many organizations believe you are not as capable without an HR certification? I will say that the HR certification is something that should be considered intentionally. Ask your manager to reconsider an off-cycle adjustment based on all this data.