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Amy Edmondson and Andrew McAfee show leaders how sensible risks can propel their organizations to new heights of innovation and success.
Social scientist Jim Detert gives leaders a blueprint for fostering authentic dialogue and managing difficult interactions with courage.
Elizabeth Dunn’s insights help boost employee happiness, reducing turnover and increasing productivity for long-term business success.
Harvard’s Cass Sunstein reveals the power of fun to elevate motivation, behavior and positive social interactions in the workplace.
“Stolen Focus” author Johann Hari’s methodology for elevating concentration and meaningful work leads to game-changing results within firms.
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Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio leverages AI and behavioral insights to forge a new era of inclusive, strategic decision-making in organizations.
Michèle Lamont illuminates how recognition fosters value-driven work environments, catalyzing sustainable growth and holistic success.
Close out Q3 with these new releases that reposition the value of data, reframe relationships, and redefine success.
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Jennifer Chatman’s framework reveals the details of a company’s culture, then offers key levers for change that help strategies succeed.
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We all want to work in an office where people are polite, considerate and kind. But it is possible to be too nice, failing to disagree when it’s important to do so and never surfacing new ideas or innovations. “You can’t have a diverse, inclusive, productive team without some healthy fights,” says workplace dynamics expert Amy Gallo. “And…