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Dr. Marie Gould Harper

How to Improve Leadership Development and Behavior

Many companies have moved to leadership teams and promote collaboration. We can transition our leadership development efforts to individuals on the team.

Remote Work Is Successful, When It’s Done the Right Way

Some of the arguments we make against remote work really do not have anything to do with the practice. Instead, we should focus on deep-seated issues.

Changing Worker Incentives to Reflect Economic Realities

Is it possible to develop a campaign and offer incentives to entice individuals to move nearer to their work? I believe so.

Automated Interviewing: Should Organizations Use It?

Candidates will often favor a job opportunity that has a human touch. If a company representative is not involved from the initial stage of the hiring process, applicants might see themselves as nothing more than a number in an impersonal process.

Hiring the Right Person without an In-Person Interview

The verdict on hiring without a personal interview is mixed. But going through a rigorous on-site hiring process does not always guarantee success.

Is Your Career Ready to Pass the Eulogy Test?

Writing two eulogies will aid your career development. Each eulogy will help you see the gap between what you have done and what you still want to do.

Improving Organizational Justice at Work, Part 3

Using profitability and cost as deciding factors for layoffs makes better sense when those reasons are communicated to others in the organization.

Improving Organizational Justice at Work, Part 2

Organizational justice is more than its distributive, procedural, and interactional forms. There are companies that are uncomfortable discussing diversity.

Improving Organizational Justice at Work, Part 1

There are three types of organizational justice that focus on how employees perceive fairness. The average workplace is not "structured" to be fair.