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Supervisors often resort to bullying to compensate for their own feelings of incompetence. But studies show that bosses lower their aggression when they feel appreciated. ... More>
Research suggests that a commonly-used emotion regulation strategy called “cognitive reappraisal” may actually be harmful when it comes to stressors that are under our control. ... More>
Maintaining a smile and good humor in the face of an angry customer is not only difficult. It can also hamper job performance. ... More>
Thoughts guide action, from ordering a coffee to avoiding predators. What we think matters. But according to Emily Pronin of Princeton University, how fast we think matters, too. ... More>