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Good People Do Bad Things in the Afternoon

We can all relate to times when our energy gets low and we give in to temptation. But new research suggests that the risks can be greater than eating the odd cookie. It turns out that people are significantly less moral as their energy flags late in the day. Read about how to manage this afternoon integrity-dip on your team. Read More

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Liane Davey, Ph.D., researches team effectiveness. She is the author of You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done.


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