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The Oxford Review Volume 4 No 1

The Oxford Review Vol 4 No 1

This month we have research that answers a series of key questions: Whether Long-Term Incentive Plans actually work as executive packages for improving organisational performance. Is executive coaching morally justifiable? Can playing online games can be used to develop leadership skills? How do external stakeholders end up influencing major project even when they haven’t got […]

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The role of ‘bodily resonance’ in creating implicit bias

Research Briefing

Keywords: work psychology, behaviour, bias, cognitive bias, implicit bias, biases, bodily resonance, self-image One of the more common questions people have about biases, particularly biases towards or against other people, is wheresuch biases come from or how do they start? Our beliefs about other people and the cultural and social groups to which they belong are […]

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Podcast Episode 1: Emotions, expectations and behaviour

Organisational Success Podcast

Interview with Maya Tamir about her research on Emotions, expectations and behaviour.   The linked research briefing can be downloaded here   Transcript: David Wilkinson:          So, welcome to The Oxford Review video podcast. Today, I’d like to welcome Maya Tamir. She’s in Israel, and she’s done a very interesting paper, you’ve got the briefing about […]

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Why some behaviours are really difficult to change and what to do about it: CEOS Theory

CEOS Theory

A new theory called CEOS Theory focusses on trying to understand one of the problems that science has been grappling with in recent years.  Some behaviour change is difficult to maintain, for example giving up smoking, sticking to a diet, maintaining a new fitness regimes, changing work habits etc. and this theory looks at the […]

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How to predict unethical management behavior

predict unethical behaviour

How to predict unethical behaviour There are the steps people take before they engage in unethical behaviour and if you know the signs, you can predict it happening. It is better to see the warning signs and take action than wait for it to occur. This is the first of three posts in which I will review […]

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