When Dechert unveiled a new parental leave policy in 2018, expanding its allowance for both men and women while knocking down distinctions between attorneys and business service professionals, leaders wanted to make sure that managers within the firm took the right message.

So they turned to Steps, a London-based organization they’d been using since earlier that year that harnesses dramatic performance to teach lessons about unconscious bias.

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