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Moral Compass
11 months ago

Moral Compass

By  •  Business Ethics

Are ethical leaders developed by training or just drawn that way? In a study of moral choice in the workplace, Rice professors Erik Dane and Scott Sonenshein argue that ethical expertise oftentimes is a teachable skill.

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Big Boys And Girls Do Cry
2 years ago

Big Boys And Girls Do Cry

By  •  Emotions in Leadership

Traditional option of stonewalling may no longer serve companies, since outside perception of leaders is strongly shaped by the emotions they display. In the case of a product recall, a leader who shows a human range of emotions, or simply the “soft” emotion of sorrow, paradoxically comes off as more powerful.

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Too Much Of A Good Thing
2 years ago

Too Much Of A Good Thing

By  •  Human Resources

Human Resources: Companies are often right to assume that a worker with more of a certain appealing trait will perform better. But new research suggests that the personality/performance link might not always be straightforward.

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