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Persuading with Pitch, Volume and Non-Verbal Cues

Idea posted: July 2021

Institutions: Rutgers University Business School    The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania   

Most attempts at persuasion are met by wary resistance. People are naturally suspicious of the motives of persuaders, ready to believe that persuaders will use devious means to achieve their…

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How Leaders’ Origins Influence Their Roles

Idea posted: May 2021

Institutions: Stevens Institute of Technology    IMD    University of North Carolina, Greensboro   

To become successful leaders, individuals must identify as leaders—that is, they must see themselves as legitimate leaders who have earned the right to be leaders. The path to claiming a…

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Inspiring Hero or Humble Diplomat? The Core Functions of a Leader

Idea posted: May 2021

Institutions: University of Cambridge Judge Business School    LUMS Suleman Dawood School of Business   

The theory of evolution argues that survival depends on adaptation to the environment. Biological, psychological and behavioural characteristics in living things evolve or emerge in an ongoing battle to survive…

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Constraints Aren’t So Bad When It Comes to Innovation

Idea posted: September 2020

Institutions: Cass Business School, City University London    Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University    Drexel University LeBow College of Business   

An extensive review of innovation studies in leading academic journals reveal that constraints on innovation are not necessarily negative. In fact, according to this careful analysis of 145 academic studies,…

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Unbalanced Relationships Hurt Performance, But Don’t Stick Around

Idea posted: April 2020

Institutions: University of California, Santa Barbara    Kellogg School of Management    Harvard Business School   

Triadic relationships are common in the workplace. For example, two employees, Sharon and Mark, may share negative feelings about a third employee, Kathy; Kathy, in return, has negative feelings about…

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Misbehaving, Private, Personal Misconduct Can Lead to Professional Misconduct

Idea posted: October 2019

Institutions: University of Texas McCombs School of Business    Emory University Goizueta Business School   

Psychologists are divided concerning the link between personal misconduct and professional misconduct. Some argue that misconduct reflects a personal trait; others argue that behaviour is situational — a person may…

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Promotion-Focus CEOs and CFOs Drive Strategic Growth

Idea posted: October 2019

Institutions: INSEAD    Miami Herbert Business School   

In the language of psychology, individuals who are more afraid of missing opportunities than taking risks are considered promotion-focused. Their counterparts are individuals who are more afraid of taking risks…

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How Competition Devolves Into Conflict Between Two People of Equal Status

Idea posted: April 2019

Institutions: INSEAD    Graduate School of Culture Technology Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology    ESMT European School of Management and Technology   

Competition is often a catalyst to productive work. Just as competition among companies spur them to design superior products and offer superior services in an effort to gain competitive advantage,…

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How Bringing Self to Work Inspires Ethical Behaviour

Idea posted: December 2018

Institutions: Kellogg School of Management    University of the Sciences   

The self-concept refers to how people think of themselves. I am a good person, I am a good listener, I am impatient — these are the kinds of ideas and…

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