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Adam Galinsky
Professor . Co-author of with (, September 2015)
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BEST-EBOOKS.CA Mar 27
If this doesn't put a smile on your face. I can't help you...
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Ravi S. Kudesia Mar 19
In this documentary, beautifully illustrates how goal setting can lead to unethical behavior (just as Lisa Ordóñez, , , & famously argued in : ). Should serve as a cautionary tale 👍
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Columbia B-School Mar 18
To mark launching its eighth and final season next month, here are 8 management lessons that draw on insights from Professors Bruce Craven (), , , , and others.
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Andrea Durkin Mar 4
. of talking at about finding the right balance between cooperation and competition, which we often do with the same people over and over again
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Julie Hall Mar 4
. conference starting now with so excited! Haven’t been to since 2008!
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Ken Mar 4
To be successful we need to find the right balance between cooperation and competition . One of the best ways to solve that balance is perspective taking . Power reduces perspective taking
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Emily Sokolow Mar 4
Power reduces perspective-taking. Proven by science (and )
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Adriana Rizzo Mar 4
Power reduces ability to take other people’s perspective
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Stephanie Fierman Mar 4
: fascinating research on competing v. cooperating. Finding balance btw the two relies on perspective-taking. Power reduces perspective, reduces ability to understand how one’s behavior affects other people.
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Stephanie Fierman Mar 4
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This is why an email from your boss that says “I need to talk to you” creates anxiety among junior people, even when it is not the intent. Power also reduces a person’s likelihood to speak up. Need to pay attention in order to rebalance.
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Adriana Rizzo Mar 4
Diversity training doesn’t always work. What does is inclusive mentoring programs that provide the same opportunities to all.
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Taylor Shawver Mar 4
Insightful presentation from on perspective-taking and how “every relationship has the seeds of cooperating and competing.”
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Catherine Tymkiw Mar 4
There are always seeds of competition, even in a state of cooperation. The key is how you manage that balance.
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Kiran G. Mar 4
. speaking about using empathic behavior, essentially, in composing communications and behaviors.
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Stephanie Fierman Mar 4
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Example: hosp created surgery checklist to reduce errors. Good. But drs had the checklist and nurses were afraid to speak up. Solution: they gave nurses the checklist. [NB: you’d still need drs who aren’t jerks - good process won’t overcome problem ppl]
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Adriana Rizzo Mar 4
Perspective-taking is a skill that can be learned. But anxiety, stress, anger can diminish ability. Key is to be aware and take steps to mitigate effects of high-stress situations.
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Stephanie Fierman Mar 4
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Stress, high stakes, pressure, time crunch - all reduce perspective taking. Those with power have to work to be aware of the impact of their resulting behavior.
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Catherine Tymkiw Mar 4
2 big takeaways on perspective-taking: -- it's a skill that can be developed -- it also gets disrupted all the time so be ready to find ways of managing that disruption
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Marcia Robbins Mar 4
kicked off with Prof talking about research on perspective taking and how it gets enhanced snd diminished. It can be learned though.
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Alex N Fatouros, M.A Mar 4
⁦⁦⁩ strikes a balance between & emphasizing the importance of perspective taking in
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