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Michigan Ross Professor Robert Quinn explains how to achieve the influence that really defines leadership.
Michigan Ross professor says leaders should step back and think about their purpose and actions to start the year.
Michigan Ross Professor Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks shows how to “be creative” in negotiations and develop solutions in the face of difficulty.
Writing in Inc., Professor Shirli Kopelman shows how making money, being happy, and doing good for society aren't mutually exclusive.
Defining your organization’s higher purpose brings out the best in you and your team. Professor Robert Quinn explains how to do it in three steps.
How do you get better results in negotiations? Be yourself. Professor Shirli Kopelman explains in her Harvard Business Review blog post.
Ever notice how some people can make you feel invigorated? Professor Jane Dutton shows why these quality connections matter.
Want to get better results when negotiating? Prof. Shirli Kopelman shows you how, and the key is to be yourself.