Four ways to better speak truth to power, and for the powerful to hear it.
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- It’s generally presumed that employees who accrue political power at work are higher performers. But those who schmooze a little less are actually the best at their jobs.
- In a new book, a group of scholars delves into the many ways people find their missions — at work and at home.
- A new book shows why the qualities we reward in our leaders can actually undermine a company’s performance.
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