Tag Archives: Amy Cuddy

Cognitive bias, gender and leadership: The Necessity of Managing Our Brains

“It’s a mistake to assume that gender bias is only or mainly about misogynists,” said Susan Fiske, a psychology professor at Princeton University and the editor of the hurricane study. “Much gender bias is more automatic, ambiguous and ambivalent than … Continue reading

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Harvard: Coaching Matters!

Amy Cuddy, Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman at Harvard Business School are leaders in applying new research in neuroscience to the business of organizational leadership.  The evidence that Zenger and Folkman summarize in the blog post below reinforces Cuddy’s finding, discussed … Continue reading

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A Lesson from a Leadership Moment Lost

The Boston Globe Sports page today has a good read (as usual), a “where are they now?” story about the players in the Boston College basketball point shaving scandal in the late 1970’s. Buried in the story is a lesson … Continue reading

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