Tag: Appeal

The Justice/Progress Dilemma For Leaders

“…the good is the true goal of all our striving, and in our souls we are quite certain that such a thing actually exists,...

Does Wealth Make You More Charitable?

Ashley Whillans, University of British Columbia Each year, the average American family donates approximately 3.4 percent of its discretionary income to charity. Most of these...

Why Do We Laugh At Things That Go Bump In The...

Simone Natale, Loughborough University The imminent release of Ghostbusters, a reboot of the 1984 cult movie of the same name, has been accompanied by fears...

Leadership: Data Odyssey For The Data Officer

“Look at our executive team. Do you see our A-team? Do you see their exhaustion from balancing the day-to-day with the ten year...

What (Learning) Disabilities Can Teach Us

by Anne-Maria Yritys, Featured Contributor Everybody is (has) a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will...

The Ugly Truth About Meetings (Infographic)

Meetings are meant to be an engine of productivity in the workplace. But what's meant to be an efficient way for people to get...

Trustworthiness and Integrity: What It Takes and Why It’s So Hard

In many of my workshops I ask the participants to think of the most ethical person they know. I then ask them to indicate...