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If you seem giddy, people will think you're naive

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 21, 2017

People viewed as overly happy are also seen as uninformed and easier to exploit, Maurice Schweitzer says based on his research. "The baseline is some happiness, but when people go above that, when they're expressing it on their faces, the reaction they get is totally different from just sort of regular happiness or the normal ups and down that we have during the day," he says. Knowledge@Wharton (02/16)


A CEO's advice on responding to a mistake

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 22, 2017

Sacrifice is an overlooked leadership trait

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 20, 2017

What we can learn from Charlie Munger's learnings

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 23, 2017

Leaders are only as good as their word

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 24, 2017

Stick to the facts when it comes to feedback

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 23, 2017

Disagreements don't have to become arguments

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 21, 2017

Stop working on the weekends

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 24, 2017

When is it OK to interrupt?

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 22, 2017

Microsoft's Nadella: Innovation doesn't come from fear

SmartBrief on Leadership | Feb 22, 2017


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