Here were the top five stories on CLOmedia.com for the week of March 7.
- When Emotions Hijack Your Rational Response: Brain research can help decipher the reason behind those awful, eyebrow-raising office gaffes.
- Create a ‘Name It to Claim It’ Culture: Leaders can produce big benefits when they promote a strong sense of employee ownership and accountability for career development.
- How Executive Education Is Embracing Diversity: Diversity is far from black and white these days, and programs like those at UCLA’s Anderson School are taking a multidimensional approach to development.
- Learning Leaders as Brand Ambassadors: Creating a strong corporate brand requires a strong learning foundation.
- The Problem With Executive Education: Custom programs are addressing many of the business community’s long-standing complaints about academia.
In Other News …
Fast Company explores whether women are opting out of management before getting hired.
NASA’s bug repellent aims to save airlines millions in fuel cost, Bloomberg Business reports.
… and in “MFA vs. CIA,” featured in Lapham’s Quarterly, a writer considers an alternate life as an undercover agent.
- 5 Forces Shaping the Future of HR
- Why ‘Leaders Eat Last’
- Honest feedback plays a critical role in building cultural D&I
- Progressive Insurance gives interns an entry-level lesson in the new reality of office work
- Digital transformation through mindset, delivery and content
- Cloudy with a chance of budget approval
- Video: 2020 Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning study identifies global leadership gap