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Phony Apologies

Apologies from leaders have become routine and no longer credible. What makes them believable? But do we really want to believe them? Read More

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Ken Eisold is a psychoanalyst and organizational consultant whose book about the unconscious, What You Don't Know You Know, came out in January.

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