5 results for tag: Adam Galinsky


Forget Business Ethics, Try Business Empathy

Ethics alone won’t be enough to break us out of our echo chambers. And what we miss could be costly. Diversity — the opportunity to interact with people very different from yourself — is a privilege. Yet even diversity can foster its own forms of ...
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How to Speak up for Yourself

A few simple techniques can help you get what you need, both at the office and in your personal life. Speaking up can be one of the most challenging parts of both our personal and professional lives — push too hard, and you risk alienating others; ...
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New Strategies for Getting the Outcomes You Want in Business and Your Career

A presentation by Columbia Business School Professor Adam Galinsky To succeed in business, and in life, we are faced with the challenges of knowing when to compete and when to cooperate. Some people believe the way to get ahead is by putting yourself ...
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Balancing Competition and Cooperation: A Conversation With Adam Galinsky

We often look at our relationships in terms of extremes: someone is either a friend or a foe. But Friend & Foe, a new book by Wharton professor Maurice Schweitzer and Columbia Business School professor Adam Galinsky, suggests that most relationships are ...
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Stocking Stuffers to Change a Life

There's still time. There are some amazing books that I read in 2015 that you must get – for yourself, colleagues, your boss. Anyone in a position of leadership would benefit from reading these six books right away. Go get 'em! They'd make fantastic ...
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