Lecturer Aaron Wallen's Managerial Negotiations course inspired two students and Slate contributors to create a podcast series on the art of negotiation.
Harvard surgeon and writer for The New Yorker Atul Gawande hires a coach.
Professor Michael Morris and former PhD student Emily Amanatullah (now at McCombs School of Business) find that women are better at negotiating for others than for themselves, due to the potential of social backlash for being self-assertive.
Research by Michael Morris, Maia Young and Vicki Scherwin suggests that we attribute certain leaders to be charismatic through "magical thinking."
CBS Dean R. Glenn Hubbard cites PSI as a leadership development tool for MBA students in a July 2011 Wall Street Journal interview.
Michael Morris discusses the Program on Social Intelligence curriculum in a Wall Street Journal article on the rise of social intelligence courses in business schools.
In an op-ed on metaphors, NYTimes columnist David Brooks cites research by Michael Morris, Oliver Sheldon, Daniel Ames and Maia Young that stock market commentators change the type of metaphors used to describe market behavior, depending on price trend direction.
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