The majority of us consider ourselves good people. Under one percent of men have a psychopathic profile, and the proportion is even lower for women. Yet, people still do bad things: our latest research explains why. Broadly, there are six reasons or psychological contexts which lead to bad behaviour. In this series, we’ll look at two different reasons per post,...
According to Professor of Business Psychology at University College London, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, whilst hiring, most of us can’t tell the difference between confidence and competence. Bridging the gap between the psychological science of talent and common real-world practices is the biggest challenge human resources sector is facing right now. So how do we find, attract, develop, motivate and retain...
Working relationships don’t always work. Some managers yearn to be liked. Some don’t care what people think of them so long as the job is done. And at the extreme, are those that run roughshod over those around them. All are deeply misguided.
Sweaty palms, stomach in knots: you know the feeling leading up to a tough conversation. No wonder we avoid confrontation like the plague. But when they’re handled well, everyone comes out stronger, happier and healthier. To mark June as ‘Effective Communication Month’, we explore how to navigate a courageous conversation. 1. Start with the end in mind. What do you...
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