At the onset of the pandemic, switching to virtual work environments was challenging. The boundaries between work and life balance blurred, and employees struggled to adapt to social isolation. Well over a year later, many […]
Media Watch: Change is Better Embraced with Promise of Continuity
Common wisdom has it that change in organizations can be embraced by employees when leaders effectively explain how their vision will positively impact the organization. However, new research recently published in the Academy of Management […]
The Wage Gap, Women & Negotiation: A Q&A with Drexel’s Lynn Yeakel and Roberta Liebenberg
Women of all ages, particularly young graduates feel an inherent hesitation to negotiate during conversations specific to a position and salary. In fact, a recent study on job negotiations of graduating professional students, found that […]
Is the Boss Always Right?
What role does personality play in decision making when it comes to executives? Consider Miranda Priestly in “The Devil Wears Prada” and Michael Scott in “The Office.” Did their personalities influence their strategic decisions? The […]