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.
How Do Creative Ideas Get Heard?
Imagine you are an employee at a widget-making factory. Sitting at your desk one day, you have an epiphany: You’ve thought of a new way to create widgets that should increase production by threefold. But
The Trait That Turns Some Bosses into Micromanagers
Individuals who felt powerless, despite a high-ranking leadership position, were far less likely to share decision-making authority with their subordinates.
What’s the Big Idea? How Gender Influences Perceptions of Genius
New research suggests that the metaphors we use to frame innovations can bias our perceptions of who is capable of coming up with the next big idea.
School Principals Shape Students’ Values Via School Climate
Principals’ values are linked with aspects of school climate which are, in turn, linked with students’ own values, research shows.
The Most Effective Way to Get Revenge on a Terrible Boss
New York Magazine: An employee, sick of her new boss’s verbally abusive behavior, hatches a plan to exact her revenge: She lies in wait until the next time said boss goes on one of his