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          • How to Manage an Employee with Depression

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            First, learn about the disorder.
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          • What “Women at Work” Listeners Want to Know About Money, Sponsorship, and More

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            We put your questions to the experts.
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          • Navigating a New Job with a Very Different Culture

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            Four strategies to help ease the transition.
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          • What Top Consulting Firms Get Wrong About Hiring

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            Case interviews are a waste of time. Firms need a better approach.
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          • A New Way to Combat Bias at Work

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            Joan Williams, professor and the founding director of the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law, says that it’s extremely difficult for organizations to rid their workforces of the unconscious biases that can prevent women and minorities from advancing. But it’s not so hard for individual managers to interrupt bias within their own teams. She offers specific suggestions for how bosses can shift their approach in four areas: hiring, meetings, assignments, and reviews/promotions. Leaders who employ these practices, she argues, are able to embrace and reap the advantages of diversity, even in the absence of larger organizational directives. Williams is the author of the HBR article “How the Best Bosses Interrupt Bias on Their Teams.”
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          • The Upside of Being an Underdog

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            Research shows how to use low expectations to your advantage.
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          • Throw Out Your Assumptions About Whistleblowing

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            Accountability is good for business.
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          • Great Leaders Understand Why Small Gestures Matter

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            They send big signals about who we are and what we care about.
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