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Morning People Are Less Ethical at Night

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Employees face many temptations to behave unethically at work. Resisting those temptations requires energy and effort. But the energy that is essential to exert self-control waxes and wanes. The important organizational takeaway from these findings is that individual may be more likely to act unethically when they are “mismatched” –that is, making a decision at the wrong time of day for their own chronotype. Managers should try to learn the chronotype (lark, owl, or in between) of their subordinates and make sure to respect it when deciding how to structure their work. Managers who ask a lark to make ethics-testing decisions at night, or an owl to make such decisions in the morning, run the risk of encouraging rather than discouraging unethical behavior.


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Four Leadership Trust Busters

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Trust. Your ability to lead is severely hampered without it, and the more of it you have, the easier leadership becomes. Plus, with greater trust comes greater speed of implementation, clearer comm...

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Jerry Busone's curator insight, June 24, 2014 8:13 AM

Do you "One up" or have to get the "Last word" ? Read on and see how it impacts trust...

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Five Things I Learned In My First Year of Entrepreneurship

Five Things I Learned In My First Year of Entrepreneurship | New to leadership...or very experienced- take a quick look! | Scoop.it
After having spent the majority of my 20's working for five different companies, I finally decided to strike out on my own. I started my own online business, and quickly discovered the unexpected challenges that come with the territory. Here are five major lessons from my first year as an entrepreneur.

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Anita's curator insight, June 23, 2014 10:25 PM

So much can be learned from your entrepreneurial adventure if you have the courage to pay attention.