Article of the Day: Obstacles to Practicing Professional Ethics in Real Life

Just when you thought it was safe to leave the classroom… Research shows that professionals often make bad or at least non-optimal ethical judgments even when they know the right thing to do. Why might well-educated professionals take ethical missteps? In a recent article, Eugene Soltes, an associate professor at Harvard Business School, discusses three 

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Article of the Day: Why Email Is Only 7 Percent as Effective as Talking

The development of email and texting has enhanced our ability to communicate productively, efficiently, and quickly. But, based on new research into how human communication works, it’s easy to see a downside to our over-reliance on emails and texts. In fact, some of our online habits may be undermining our efforts at communicate successfully. For 

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Article of the Day: A Simple Lie Detection Technique You Can Actually Use

“Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it.” –Mark Twain Much research has tested the reliability of various lie detection techniques. Some methods are quite effective – if you’re properly trained and if you apply these skills frequently. However, there is no lie detection “magic bullet” that works every time and 

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