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When organizational change is coming, explain how it relates to your mission — and how it will benefit employees.
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If you approach the situation with an open mind, it’s possible to help an ineffective leader turn things around.
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Research shows that when employees step up to go beyond their job descriptions — by helping coworkers, volunteering for special assignments, and introducing new ideas and practices — companies are more efficient and effective.
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Sarah K Moir 17h
"data scientists should take a page from social scientists, who have a long history of asking where the data they’re working with comes from, what methods were used to gather and analyze it, and what cognitive biases they might bring to its interpretation"
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Is it possible to engineer luck and serendipity?
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Tell yourself that your presentation isn't about you. It's about helping your audience.
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At many companies, people spend around 80% of their time in meetings or answering colleagues’ requests, leaving little time for all the critical work they must complete on their own.
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Harvard Business Publishing Education 7h
This Wednesday we’ll be holding a free webinar with Professor on Improvising In A Time of Crisis. Get practical tips on adapting on the fly. Learn more and reserve your spot:
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Men tend to interrupt women far more often than the other way around, and displays of confidence and directness decrease women’s influence but increase men’s. What else could be affecting how women are perceived in your workplace?
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Now that most states have lifted restrictions on elective surgery, hospitals across the country have been rushing to find the best way to meet the needs of a long list of patients waiting to receive medical care.
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Business experimentation is key to innovation — so why do some executives hold back? professor Stefan H. Thomke, author of Experimentation Works, shares 7 myths to watch out for with
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Gianpiero Petriglieri 12h
I'm going to be a guest on today at noon EST, confessing my unwavering love for the office.
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In the face of the pandemic, a collaborative approach can help companies address market failures resulting from misaligned incentives.
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Sarah Moughty Aug 7
A modest little birdie I know totally changed the way I write job descriptions! It's the first chance you and your company have to make an impression -- so make it count!
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Harvard Business Aug 5
Three approaches successful use to change constituents minds on a course of action that they initially disagreed with: 1. The cognitive conversation 2. The pilot conversation 3. The credible colleague approach in
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Researchers say that you can draw on your origins to become a better leader.
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Here are three ways to get naysayers onboard when you make a tough call.
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Women report doing 20% more “office housework” than white men. Meanwhile, glamour work that leads to networking and promotion opportunities, such as project leadership and presentations, goes disproportionately to white men.
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Harvard Business Review 12h
4 ways to acknowledge your team for their work.
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