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Harvard Biz Review
Why Leaders Are Easier to Coach than Followers s.hbr.org/1EmQ1t6 pic.twitter.com/Dn1pTLw39d
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Success in many professional situations depends on psychological distance: s.hbr.org/1BUb4Ez pic.twitter.com/ifFIwZaLp3
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You Can't Be a Great Manager If You're Not a Good Coach s.hbr.org/18vn9TN pic.twitter.com/kj4ZmfDqZ7
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Zombie projects lurk in every company. Here's how to find and kill them s.hbr.org/1B3fve0 pic.twitter.com/xWJ4UdRPst
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When the boss gives you baseless feedback, a wise reaction can undo much of the damage s.hbr.org/1DWbXu3 pic.twitter.com/EXYpRmvbHM
Why doesn’t 168 hours feel like enough time to get everything done? s.hbr.org/1EltLzP pic.twitter.com/JWqgt7AOe0
The young people in your office want feedback more often s.hbr.org/1BHU038 pic.twitter.com/ZK1q8RSPiV
If social media doesn't drive sales, why do we do it? s.hbr.org/1EltIEe pic.twitter.com/pf6E42VpJd
How to use four types of psychological distance to your advantage at work: s.hbr.org/1B14zxo pic.twitter.com/nbvEsGYBba
Common beliefs about strategy execution are incomplete at best and dangerous at worst: s.hbr.org/1BSFas2 pic.twitter.com/ML01rpOZcb
How social businesses can be "the best R&D lab ever." s.hbr.org/1GSscco pic.twitter.com/yQhFdJldXc
How to progress without leaving workers behind: s.hbr.org/1DUK5X1 pic.twitter.com/EqXgmDhhVo
How to behave effectively when the boss doesn’t: s.hbr.org/1DV5ijz pic.twitter.com/Lr842r6W6d
Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus on reaching the rich world's poorest consumers: s.hbr.org/1DUGkkv pic.twitter.com/o6smi4fH1k
What leaders who understand psychological distance do better than everyone else: s.hbr.org/1w3awtm pic.twitter.com/NjiVZqpdPu
Data monopolists (like Google) are threatening the economy s.hbr.org/1Ei9Y46 pic.twitter.com/bYDqrVtVfT
What To Do When the Boss Gives You Baseless Feedback s.hbr.org/1zFJZ0z pic.twitter.com/NbrN7GRrYI
Few people know the science behind captivating others s.hbr.org/1DSeV2o pic.twitter.com/O8sD4mKLji
Sometimes coworkers need different things than we do s.hbr.org/1Ei9VWf pic.twitter.com/1dZdRPMqsH
Putting yourself in your customer's shoes doesn't work: s.hbr.org/1Ei9YkE pic.twitter.com/LT5fhtx8S4
It's time for businesses to expect more from social media s.hbr.org/1DSeV2t pic.twitter.com/ubumvUOlLU