Politics and Economies (16:36)
While elections are the landmark for a free democracy, research shows that they are also the signal for stock market losses. According to researched, co-authored by our guest today, Dr. Artem Durnev, associate professor of finance in the Tippie College of Business, countries with national elections have increased volatility because businesses are weary of political uncertainty. Dr. Durnev tells us more about his research and the uncertainty of politics affects a country's economy.
Why Good Advice Is Often Bad (1:01:32)
Professor Jason Dana is an Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing at Yale University. The quest for distinguishing between “good” and “bad” advice can at times seem overwhelming. Dr. Dana is here to help us understand why what we might think is “good advice” is often bad.
Fixing a Bad Day (1:47:01)
Amy Gallo is the author of the HBR Guide to Managing Conflict at Work, a how-to guidebook about handling conflict professionally and productively. She is a contributing editor at Harvard Business Review, where she writes and develops ideas for the web, magazine, and press. She covers a range of topics with a focus on managing conflict, managing yourself, leading people, and building your career. Amy Gallo helps us understand how we can overcome a bad day and avoid them in the future.