HBR Hotlist.2020.01.20: The Dark Side of Self Control; Navigating a New Job with a Different Culture; The Upside of Being an Underdog and More

THE DARK SIDE OF SELF-CONTROL

BY MICHAIL D. KOKKORIS, OLGA STAVROVA

RESISTING SHORT-TERM TEMPTATIONS CAN LEAD TO LONG-TERM REGRET.

 

 

LEADERSHIP

Great Leaders Understand Why Small Gestures Matter 
By Bill Taylor

They send big signals about who we are and what we care about.

HIRING

What Top Consulting Firms Get Wrong About Hiring 
By Atta Tarki, Tino Sanandaji

Case interviews are a waste of time. Firms need a better approach.

FIRING

4 Signs Your Job Might Be in Jeopardy 
By Susan Peppercorn

What to look for, and how to prepare for a transition.

LEADERSHIP

Unexpected Companies Produce Some of the Best CEOs 
By Elena Lytkina Botelho, Sanja Kos

Who they are and how they do it.

HEALTH

How to Manage an Employee with Depression 
By Kristen Bell DeTienne, Jill M. Hooley, Cristian Larrocha, Annsheri Reay

First, learn about the disorder.

DIVERSITY

5 Strategies for Creating an Inclusive Workplace 
By Pooja Jain-Link, Julia Taylor Kennedy, Trudy Bourgeois

Take action to build an organization where every employee can thrive.

PROFESSIONAL TRANSITIONS

Navigating a New Job with a Very Different Culture 
By Dorie Clark

Four strategies to help ease the transition.

MOTIVATING PEOPLE

The Upside of Being an Underdog 
By Samir Nurmohamed

Research shows how to use low expectations to your advantage.

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal..

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