Quality Beats Quantity in Team Communications
A team that communicates frequently isn’t necessarily communicating effectively, researchers find.
‘Gender-Blind’ Thinking May Help Reduce Workplace Confidence Gap
Fostering gender-blind ideologies may offer one short-term aid as institutions continue to grapple with gender-parity issues.
Motivating Messages Differ for Underdogs and Favorites
To craft motivating messages, you need to know which side your target audience is on: the favorite or the underdog.
Trying to Get Ahead? Plan in Reverse, Study Suggests
We’re most enthusiastic about projects when we start and finish them, but intervening hassles can turn determination soft.
Behavior and Brain Sciences Help Optimize Labor Programs
A new program from the US Department of Labor aims to accelerate change within the large government agency.
Strangers Can Detect Social Class in Just Seven Words
New research shows that a person’s social class is communicated in very brief interactions and maybe even in a few words.