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New Evidence That CEOs Rarely Combine Integrity, Innovation, and Risk-TakingBlog, Leadership
Corporate chief executive officers who have a high degree of integrity—that is, a commitment to act by a morally justified set of principles and values—tend to be less creative, more risk-averse, and less likely to take initiative than other CEOs, according to new research I co-authored.
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Why the Biden Administration Needs to Preserve the Right to AsylumBlog, Human Rights, Law
Immigration policy has become a third rail in U.S. politics, especially for Democrats who have been cast unfairly as indifferent to border security and even supportive of “open borders.”
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Elon Musk and What Makes an Organization TrustworthyBlog, Corporate Culture, Leadership, Trust
“Tell us how you think about trust,” a moderator said to Elon Musk.
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Navigating Polarization and Activism in the WorkplaceBlog, Corporate Culture, Personality & Personnel, Speak-Up and Call-Out Culture
A couple days before the World Cup in Qatar was set to kick off, FIFA, soccer’s governing body, announced a ban on beer.
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How Yo-Yo Ma Sustains His Creative EnergyBlog, Podcast
In this episode of Re:Thinking with Adam Grant, Adam speaks with renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma about his experience with burnout, how he sustains his energy and creativity, and what it means for music to connect—and celebrate—humanity.
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The Four Top Workplace Trends That Will Make Or Break Companies in 2023Blog, Corporate Culture, Leadership
Uncertainty shaped 2022—a tumultuous year in which employees and organizations faced meaningful cultural shifts.
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Why It’s (Sometimes) OK for the Boss to Play FavoritesBlog, Corporate Culture, Fairness, Incentives, Leadership
It is managers’ natural tendency to pick favorites.
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To Meet Global Cobalt Demand, Companies Must Reform Mining Practices in the CongoBlog, Human Rights
On a recent visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Pope Francis condemned the large companies from the West and China that mine the poor country’s abundant mineral resources.
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5 Things to Do When You Encounter People with “Dark Personality Traits” at WorkBlog, Decision Making, Personality & Personnel, Speak-Up and Call-Out Culture
Have you ever suffered through tales of greatness from a self-absorbed “friend” who reminds you of Michael Scott from The Office—and not in a good way?
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David Sloan Wilson: “Chickens, Cooperation, and a Pro-social World”Blog, Corporate Culture, Podcast, Trust
In this episode of The Great Simplification, host Nate Hagens speaks with David Sloan Wilson about how evolution can be used to explain and understand modern human behavior, particularly with respect to cooperation and pro-social behavior.