Careers Up Close: Elizabeth Tenney on Power of Voice, Tenuous Funding, and Applying Psychology in Business School
Elizabeth Tenney, an associate professor of management at The University of Utah, discusses her research into overconfidence and biases that influence our social interactions and decisions.
Compassion As A Business Objective: Why It Matters And How To Cultivate It
Is being a compassionate leader good for business? Think about your career. Think about the best manager or leader you ever had. What traits come to mind when considering what made these leaders exceptional? Did
Returning to the Office Will Be Hard. Here’s How Managers Can Make It Easier.
Many leaders are contemplating a full or partial return to the office post-pandemic. As they consider this, they tend to think of employees in two opposite groups: those who are eager to return and those
Your Performance Feedback Doesn’t Work—Here’s How To Fix It
The ability to provide effective and credible performance feedback is a critical skill for supervisors, managers and leaders. Feedback delivered effectively helps employees elevate their performance, develop new skills, and achieve success for themselves and
Make Management (and Life!) Easier
In our twenties and thirties, two things happen to many of us as part of adulting: we become parents and we become bosses, or some kind of team leaders or managers. In some ways these
How Connections with Coworkers Affect Our Reaction to Toxic Management
Differences in attachment style can drive the way we bond with our colleagues, making all the difference under unsupportive, or outright abusive, management.