In this conversation, Julia chats with Amy Wrzesniewski, the Michael H. Jordan Professor of Management, about her Wall Street Journal op-ed "Promises aren't enough: Business schools need to do a better job of teaching students values" and her impressions of the role of values in leadership and work. The conversation covers the challenges that many business schools have faced in their approaches to teaching ethics along with the approach taken at our home institution at Yale.
On this #powerpod episode we are joined by Dr. Mikey Pasek of the New School for Social Research. Dr. Pasek studies religious identity and the relationships between religious threat and belonging. Dr. Pasek's work on this topic can be found here: The paper detailing the success of the initiative can be found here.
In this conversation, MBA student Amy Zhu joins the power pod to discuss her own approach to networking, and more specifically, how helping others is an effective tool for relationship formation.
In this conversation, Professor Cydney Dupree discusses the competence downshift, a well intentioned but ultimately patronizing behavioral strategy among White liberals to appear less competent around Black interaction partners.
In this conversation, MBA student Kelley McKee joins the power pod to discuss the pitfalls and promise of delivering feedback, a time when she received feedback that motivated her, and her view that feedback is relational.
In this conversation, Julia and Michael discuss Julia’s time examining how healthcare providers influence the decisions of Army officers despite lacking formal authority.
In this conversation, Professors Heidi Brooks and Michael Kraus discuss values in the context of management.