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Inc.: Want to be more persuasive, make better decisions, be a better leader, and even lose weight? Neuroscience says first take a look at the clock

BioSpace: Does pay for performance work? It depends

The Australian: Why your staff give you the silent treatment in meetings

Phys.org: When raises backfire: Research examines pitfalls of performance-based pay

Forbes: Women more likely to negotiate salaries but still earn less than men, research says

Fast Company: How paying attention to your nightly dreams could impact your career

Forbes: What the $500 million fix for local news says about trust and impact

Boston Globe: Feel like an imposter? It might be good for your career

Psychology Today: What exactly do we learn from failure?

Phys.org: Study shows dreams spill over into the workplace and can be channeled for productivity

LovePanky: The Art of Social Media Detox, What It Is & 29 Secrets to Wean Yourself Off

Harvard Business Review: How managers can dismantle “Benevolent Marginalization”

HuffPost: Should you ever tell your boss you have depression?

The Conversation: Adjusting jobs to protect workers’ mental health is both easier and harder than you might think

HR Brew: Small talk is a big deal. Here’s how to help your employees have better conversations.

Inc.: If you experience impostor syndrome, science says you're probably more interpersonally effective and likely to enjoy greater success

Well+Good: How to negotiate your salary when the range is posted—and why you definitely still should

Phys.org: Size and Diversity of Research Teams Does Not Automatically Equate to Better Research Outcomes, Finds New Study

Yahoo! Finance UK: Why Employees Get Anxious About Change – And How To Help People Embrace It

Forbes: Why Talking With Your Fingers Is Key To Effective Leadership In Today's World