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Studying Office Social Networks to Improve Teamwork

New research uses social network analysis to show how leader favoritism can erode trust and influence social interactions between team members. ... More>


Leaders Who Can Laugh at Themselves Get a Thumbs Up

Leaders who use self-deprecating humor are seen in a more positive light by their employees, a recent study finds. ... More>


Positive Perceptions of Women May Empower Female Leaders

Women with positive gender identities report feeling less stress and more interest in leadership opportunities at work, according to new research. ... More>


One Thing Everyone Agrees On: CEOs Make Too Much Money

A recent study finds that people around the world, regardless of demographic factors or political leanings, prefer a smaller wage gap between CEOs and average workers. ... More>


A Leader’s Stress at Home Can Become Contagious in the Office

A supervisor’s experiences at home – whether positive or negative – can spillover into the workplace, impacting the mood of the entire office. ... More>