Faculty members in medical schools and academic medical centers are in a constant process of generating new knowledge. The cornerstone of academia and academic medicine – scholarship.Read More
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A majority of executives believe gender diversity in leadership links to better financial performance, but companies take few actions to support women in the workforce.Read More
Katharine, a senior HR executive at a global financial services firm, takes pride in developing rising stars. After a vice president on one of her teams consistently impressed her, she recommended him for a more challenging role in another part of the company. Months later Katharine heard through the grapevine that he was struggling in the job. She asked to meet with him.Read More
Think “conflict” is a dirty word, especially for top-management teams? It’s actually valuable for team members to roll up their sleeves and spar (figuratively, that is)—if they do it right. Constructive conflict helps teams make high-stakes decisions under considerable uncertainty and move quickly in the face of intense pressure—essential capacities in today’s fast-paced markets.Read More
Are you at any early stage in your career? Does the ticking of the tenure and promotion clock seem to get louder with each passing week? Maybe you have started thinking about what you need to do to “climb the ladder” of academic promotion. If this sounds familiar, then this article may be helpful to you.Read More
The differences model, which argues that males and females are vastly different psychologically, dominates the popular media. Here, the author advances a very different view, the gender similarities hypothesis, which holds that males and females are similar on most, but not all, psychological variables.Read More