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Wild Theories Beat Credibility on Social Media

D. Charles Galunic & Chaitanya Kaligotla

The propensity of internet users to believe in false ideas has dangerous implications for social media.
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Creative Types Need a Balance of Searching and Selling

Frederic Godart & David Dubois

Creative people can take your business to a whole new level, but don’t expect it to be an easy ride.

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Self-Reflecting to Capitalise on Diversity

Instilling a grounded and positive sense of self in employees improves performance and ameliorates hidden bias.

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The Value Lurking in Your “Leadership Unconscious”

Roger Lehman & Erik van de Loo

The crucial components to decision-making dilemmas may exist outside of your conscious awareness.
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Overcoming Price Suspicion in Negotiations

Horacio Falcao & Alena Komaromi

Use opportunities to prove your fairness during negotiation.

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Lessons in Destructive Leadership from Africa

Africa is a cautionary example of the need for checks and balances against the abuse of power.
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Board Political Leanings Determine CEO Pay

Directors with conservative proclivities are significantly more generous.
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Workplace Excellence Can Be Contagious

Collective outcomes soar when top performers mingle with less adept colleagues.

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Prepare Your Exit From the Start

For many executives walking away can be the hardest part of the job.

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The Epitaph Question

Thinking about how you would like to be remembered can be a catalyst for radical change.
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Reflective Leaders Needed for the Age of Rage

When collective emotions gather steam, knee jerk reactions can make a bad situation worse.

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Three Questions Humble Leaders Ask

To avoid falling victim to narcissistic tendencies, leaders need to look outside in more ways than one.
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When It’s Okay to Mislead Your Employees

Sometimes, everyone having the wrong map is preferable to some having the right map.

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Economic Downturns Undermine Workplace Helping

Employees’ views about success change with the economic outlook, unnecessarily tearing the social fabric of organisations during difficult times.

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The Enigma of Trumpmania

The real mystery behind Donald Trump’s political success is not the man himself, but the zealous power of his supporting masses and the underlying social and psychological dynamics that drive his supporters.
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