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Good decisions usually require both hard facts and a well-grounded hunch. Here’s how to identify and leverage your intuition style
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Searching for a mental health connection when leaders are missing in action

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The practice of mindfulness has a positive impact on transformational leadership – but it’s not a magic bullet

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They tend to have “communal” priorities that shape corporate policies on social responsibility

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The value husbands place on their wives’ contribution depends more on the social status the job offers than the money it brings in
Unconscious biases are roadblocks to sound decision making. Here’s what neuroscience tells us about how to de-activate these biases and build more effective leaders and innovators
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Internally motivated people are more likely to be honest, unless bosses lean on them too hard
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Fail to see the logic of CEO compensation? You’re probably overlooking the economic effects of recruitment, retention, and corporate governance
older and younger workers
Intrapreneurs have feet in two worlds and it’s up to leaders to help them stay balanced
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It’s easy for firms to feel overwhelmed by outside forces. They shouldn’t: most challenges brought on by disruption are under the control of organizational leaders
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It hurts young soccer players to be given too much responsibility too early in their careers. Message here for corporate talent managers?
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A study by Queen’s researchers points to the need for more leadership training among surgeons and their colleagues
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Yes, Millennials march to a different drummer. But similarities among all generations are the key drivers of high-performing workplaces

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