Currently browsing "Leadership"

Psychological Training for Entrepreneurs Helps Fight Poverty

A new study on enhancing entrepreneurship in Uganda provides evidence that psychological interventions are a useful tool in the fight against global poverty. ... More>


Breaking Bad News Doesn’t Have To Be So Bad

Researchers find that there are a few “rules” that mangers can follow to minimize the distress of giving—and receiving—bad news at work. ... More>


Who’s the Better Judge of a Good Idea: You or Your Boss?

A new study turns to professional circus performers to investigate whether management or creatives are better at assessing what an audience wants. ... More>


Symposium in Honor of Janet Taylor Spence

Recorded in May 2016 at the 28th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago.... More>


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>