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Wharton research shows that spillover anger -- not sadness or another emotion -- leads to deception.
Many professionals plug away for years with only moderate career success. A lack of emotional intelligence may be stifling advancement.
Young job seekers in the Middle East say they want to work at startups. But according to a new study, they prefer the security of working for government or a[…]
America did not elect its first female president. Women executives also still face bias, which could remain into the next century, a McKinsey report says.
Research by Wharton’s Gideon Nave takes a closer look at how hormones impact our choices.
Channeling anger constructively can yield the passion to help you overcome obstacles, says former Human Rights Campaign head Joe Solmonese in his new book.
The development of new performance management systems, aided by apps and people analytics combined, has enormous potential.
The public discussion over the future of work has followed a storyline that says technology and globalization are coming to whisk your job away. But behind the obvious forces, other[…]
Jonah Berger takes us inside the conscious and unconscious ways that social influences shape our decisions.
The era of chatbots is here, with tech giants making a big push for their mass market adoption.