Empathy Is Here To Stay: 3 Important Reasons It Will Shape The Future

By Tracy Brower | Forbes | May 8, 2022

It’s hard to miss the trend around empathy, especially within organizations and among leaders. People are talking about empathy, seeking to be more empathetic and making the well-justified business case for greater empathy …

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THINKING FORWARD – Ideas for your work from MIT Sloan School of Management

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1. The only certainty about supply chain disruptions is that they’re here to stay, even after pandemic-era shocks subside.

At …

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Empathy Is The Most Important Leadership Skill According To Research

By Tracy Brower | Forbes | September 19, 2021

Empathy has always been a critical skill for leaders, but it is taking on a new level of meaning and priority. Far from a soft approach it can drive significant business results.

You …

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How To Use LinkedIn When You’re Not Looking For A Job

By William Arruda | Forbes | May 4, 2022

LinkedIn is one of the most powerful career growth resources you have when you know how to use it. Sadly though, many people still view LinkedIn as a tool for just one aspect …

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Poets & Quants 2022 Best & Brightest MBA

Featured: Kenny Groszman (MBA ’22, SM ’22)

By Jeff Schmitt | Poets & Quants | May 1, 2022

Kenny Groszman
MIT, Sloan School of Management

Note: I am enrolled in the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, simultaneously pursuing an MBA and …

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THINKING FORWARD – Ideas for your work from MIT Sloan School of Management

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1. An untold number of people experience workplace impostor thoughts — the belief that their intelligence and skills are overestimated by …

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Meet America’s Best Employers For Diversity 2022

By Jared Council | Forbes| April 26, 2022

Over the past two years, the focus on racial disparities has put a spotlight on several industries. The impact of Covid-19 on the lives and livelihoods of Black families has raised questions about …

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1. The pervasive use of digital consumer profiles by online marketers has long raised privacy concerns, but those aren’t the …

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Workplace ‘impostor thoughts’ may have a genuine upside

By Meredith Somers | MIT Sloan Ideas Made to Matter | April 25, 2022

In 1978, two Georgia State University psychologists found themselves surrounded by smart, successful women who shared a common experience: They thought of themselves as impostors who, through luck …

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Avoiding Reneging in the Job Search: How to Accept the Right Job for You

The job search process is intense and once you receive an offer, it feels like your next step is to accept. Employers, seeking to snap up the best candidates, might eagerly pursue you for an answer. But what if you …

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