HBR Articles

Will AI reduce gender bias in hiring?

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

Will AI reduce gender bias in hiring?

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

The answer to the question posed by this HBR article is complicated, notes author Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, chief talent scientist at ManpowerGroup. “We are much more easily shocked and scandalized by hiring mistakes done by AI, than by human errors or biases.

How to keep digital distractions from killing your creativity

Brian Solis

“There are two ways to readily influence behavior: manipulate it or inspire it. Technology companies have chosen, for the most part, to manipulate it. Many have found the attention economy wildly lucrative,” writes Brian Solis in this HBR article.

7 ways to set up a new hire for success

Michael D. Watkins

“Being systematic in onboarding brings new employees up to speed 50 percent faster, which means they’re more quickly and efficiently able to contribute to achieving desired goals,” Michael D. Watkins points out in this HBR article.

Don’t be the boss who talks too much

Hjalmar Gislason

The best leaders invest time in communicating their vision and ensuring everyone in their organization feels connected to and aligned behind it. Doing this effectively requires a lot of, well, communicating. But how much talking is too much, wonders Hjalmar Gislason, CEO of GRID.

Why talented people fail under pressure

Sian Beilock

Most people can relate to the disappointment of choking under pressure. No matter how skilled we are, stress sends our prefrontal cortex into overdrive, cognitive scientist Sian Beilock explains in this Harvard Business Review article.

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Submitted By Stephanie Overby
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