It Takes Courage to Acknowledge Your Burnout

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Of the many changes to the working world brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Great Resignation, one of the most noteworthy is the increased attention given to burnout.

Why Abuse in Women’s Professional Soccer Was an “Open Secret”

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An investigation has found that widespread abuse of players in U.S. women’s professional soccer existed despite some of the behavior of coaches being “an open secret.”

Can We Learn to Disagree Better? with Adam Grant

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In this episode of the The Economist Asks podcast, host Anne McElvoy is joined by Adam Grant.

The Lasting Anguish of Moral Injury

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On a Sunday evening in September 1994, David Peters drove to a church service in Beckley, West Virginia, as the sun set over the horizon. He was 19 years old, just back from Marine Corps boot camp.

What Have We Learned About Business and Ethics from the Pandemic Discussion Series: Part One

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In this episode of the Work in Progress podcast, host Christopher Michaelson is joined by Alison Taylor and Ed Freeman to discuss profit and price-gouging during the pandemic and to what extent the cost of doing business has been externalized onto stakeholders.

Why It Seems Like So Many Big Tech Whistleblowers Are Women

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A number of high-profile whistleblowers in the technology industry have stepped into the spotlight in the past few years.

Breaking the Fever: How to Be Brave in the Workplace with Jim Detert

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In this episode of our Breaking the Fever podcast, we speak with Jim Detert to talk about courage in the workplace, and how to exercise it effectively.

Why Public Discourse Has Become So Stupid

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In this episode of The Good Fight, host Yascha Mounk speaks with Jonathan Haidt about how we can make social media less toxic, what political and technological reforms might help fix the problem, and how we can empower the moderate majority to fight for its values.

The Unique Stupidity of the Last Decade in America

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In this episode of the Breaking the Fever podcast, we speak with Jonathan Haidt about social media and how these platforms have changed social relationships and political discourse, and how this impacts business.

In Confronting a Polarized Workforce, Persuasion Is Not the Goal. Learning Is!

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"Persuasion is a zero-sum game," says Harvard psychologist Julia Minson. "Whereas learning can be a massive win-win." In her new book I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times,…