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Phys.org: No laughing matter, unfortunately: Why aggressive humor might pay for CEOs

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Phys.org: CEOs' human concern translates into higher stock price, says study

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Inc.: A stack of studies shows networking often backfires for women unless they do it this one specific way

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Fast Company: Why so many successful leaders from Oprah to Ray Dalio meditate

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Forbes: 6 signs that your company might adopt the 4-day workweek

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Inc.: Messi or Ronaldo? Which superstar do you want on your team?

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Harvard Business Review: Research: How women can build high-status networks

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Ladders: Goodbye or see you later? Your ex-employer wants you as a reference

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Inc.: 4 red flags that prove you're more emotionally intelligent than you think, backed by science

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Business Insider India: Constantly pretending your boss's dumb jokes are funny can lead to emotional exhaustion and lower job satisfaction, academics found

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Forbes: How dreaming impacts your work productivity

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Psychology Today: Research findings on the power of women leaders

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Forbes: Misjudged jokes are no laughing matter. So when should CEOs use humor?

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Forbes: Strategies to enable high performers transform organizations

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Ladders: Making the dream work: How to improve collaborative outcomes with co-workers

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Phys.org: Organizations in crises may benefit from jazz ensemble model

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Phys.org: New research promotes a business paradigm shift that emphasizes people, not just profit

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Fast Company: 4 science-backed ways to build trust as a leader

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The Chronicle of Higher Education: Teaching: How to help students learn from setbacks

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Psychology Today: You know leadership, time for you to do leadership

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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

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BioSpace: Does pay for performance work? It depends

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Psychology Today: What exactly do we learn from failure?

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

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