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  • How to Get Others to Adopt Your Recommendation

    To sell your ideas, you have to understand what your particular audience needs to hear.

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  • Using Artificial Intelligence to Promote Diversity

    What if, instead of perpetuating harmful biases, AI helped us overcome them?

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  • Think Critically About the Wisdom of Experts

    Leaders and managers should question the expert analyses guiding their decisions in 8 specific ways.

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  • Finding the Middle Ground in a Politically Polarized World

    Corporate activism is often framed as “take a stand or be silent.” But there are alternatives.

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  • Five Ways to Improve Communication in Virtual Teams

    New research reveals five communication strategies that boost performance in virtual teams.

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  • Gender Discrimination Still Exists — Now What?

    Providing language to use in day-to-day encounters with prejudice can help combat gender bias.

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  • Why People Believe in Their Leaders — or Not

    Organizations need to focus on how blockchain can be used to support their unique strategies.

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  • Putting People First

    Leadership Collection Emotional intelligence — self-awareness, emotional self control, and empathy in relationships — is a critical factor in leadership. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review looks at ways that emotionally intelligent leaders read their workforces, create meaning in the day-to-day experience, and make it safe for employees to share problems or ideas.

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  • What Kind of Leader Are You?

    Leadership Collection Not every leader is wildly charismatic or cut from the same cloth as other leaders in the organization. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines the ways leaders can turn their weaknesses into strengths, overcome their personal deficits, and position themselves to stay ahead of the curve.

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  • How Leaders Shape Opinions

    Leadership Collection How can leaders increase their odds of being influential within their organizations and out in the external world? This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines the ways executives can increase their influence by sharing their power and listening more, manage the data and bots that are managing their businesses, and use Twitter and social media to shape the conversation about their companies.

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