It's good to be humble when you're the boss—as long as that's what your employees expect
Managers must find the right methods to connect with and transfer information to their staff
UF doctoral student Trevor Foulk explores why “brown-nosing” your boss may be more complicated than you think—and can change how the boss is perceived by colleagues
While previous research on helping has focused largely on the effects of the beneficiaries, this is one of the first studies to focus on the helpers
Researchers found that firefighter platoons who eat meals together have better group job performance compared with firefighter teams who dine solo
A team that spends its days bickering and blaming one another for its failings isn’t going to get very far...
Self-assertive behavior by men toward female bosses could disrupt the workplace dynamics, stifle team cohesiveness, and negatively affect team performance
Sometimes co-workers can enliven your day and even inspire, while others...well, some can be downright soul-crushing
Report cites the problems annual reviews inherently present
Every workplace has at least one of them: the person who is smarter, the person who knows how to fix a problem better than you can, the person who is surely going to leave you in the dust on his or her way up.