How Regret Can Be Your Friend
by Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries
“Dealing with regret is a universal human experience,” writes INSEAD Professor Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries. Considering this, leaders ought to leverage the effects of regrets for self-improvement and development. He walks through how you can make regret your friend.
Take 5: How to Build Trust in the Workplace
by Emily Stone
Emily Stone, senior research editor at Kellogg Insight, discusses strategies for developing greater trust among your team members. Included is a video from Professor Harry Kraemer with even more tips on building trust as a leader.
Your Emotions at Work Are Contagious
by Daniel Goleman
As a leader, your emotions can spread amongst your team. Emotional intelligence expert Daniel Goleman writes about how the emotions you exhibit can actually be infectious in nature by directly influencing the emotions of your team members.
3 mind tricks to prevent burnout when you can’t stop worrying about work
by Randy Paynter
There is now more support for the idea that repetition solidifies habits. Writer Robby Berman reviews a new paper from Psychological Review (linked within) that studied digital mice to research habit formation.
As Long as We Associate Leadership with Masculinity, Women Will Be Overlooked
by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
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Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor at University College London and Columbia University, shares his perspective on the underrepresentation of women in leadership in the context of a society that continuously shows dissatisfaction with current leadership and management.