Laughter Conveys Social Status
Naïve participants were highly accurate at judging an individual’s social rank just by listening to their laughter.
People Are Surprisingly Bad at Knowing Who Their Rivals Are
New research suggests that we’re much better at knowing who likes us than who is competing against us at work.
How To Build A Better Team? New Meta-analysis Says Active Learning
A new meta-analysis suggest that team-building interventions that utilize an interactive component can significantly improve team performance.
Why Narcissistic Leaders Are Prone to Overconfidence
Research suggests that overconfidence is strongly linked with narcissism and is particularly likely to emerge when highly narcissistic people feel powerful.
Fun Workplaces Also Promote Learning
A growing body of research has shown that fun in the workplace has important consequences for learning and motivation.
How After-Hours Emails Might Hurt Your Health
Technology has allowed many workers to enjoy greater flexibility with where and when they work, but it also means that the boundaries between work and leisure can become blurred.