Currently browsing "Leadership"

Cultivating Wisdom at Work

New research investigates the use of wise reasoning in everyday life, concluding that wisdom may not be as rare as we might think. ... More>


Memories of Unethical Actions Fade Faster

New research demonstrates that people’s memories of their unethical behavior become less clear, less detailed, and less vivid over time compared to other memories. ... More>


When Looking Like a Leader Derails the Group

Experiments show that people who display the powerful, confident body language associated with leadership tend to dominate decision making—even when their ideas were entirely incorrect. ... More>


Effective Apologies Include Six Elements

A new study identifies six key elements that greatly improve the perception and credibility of an apology. ... More>


Fear of Death Prompts Leaders to Look Towards the Future

Thoughts of death can have a strong, measurable—and often prosocial—impact on our decision making. ... More>