In Chapters 6 and 7, we learned that in the era of globalization and cooperation, we still carry some part of the psychological and biological baggage of our hunter-gatherer predecessors. We prefer similarities, and changes can be challenging. Benefit notwithstanding, this results in hundreds of biases that can seriously skew our decision making, leading to unfairly treatments. That’s why bias training has become one of the most critical topics in corporate agenda. In this chapter, we will discuss the nature of biases, look at some of the most common biases in the workplace, and get to know strategies in dealing with them.