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Genetic science can explain the color of a child’s eyes or hair but what about the cultural ideas that the child is likely to adopt? An emerging field of study called memetics focuses on just that: the natural selection of cultural norms and social phenomena. Business coach and diversity consultant Howard Ross joins us again to explore how the concept of memes applies to the decisions we make in our daily lives and in the workplace.
- Howard Ross Diversity consultant; Principal, Cook Ross
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