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Being a leader means not only navigating difficult conversations and decisions, but also facilitating them for your employees. Recently, Harvard economics professor Gregory Mankiw shared how he uses his seminar course to bring students with opposing views into a room, gets them to get along, and by the end of the course, even inspires them to be friends. This is a necessary life skill that goes beyond the classroom. Here are four of his methods that you can bring into the workplace. 1. INTENTIONALLY CREATE DIVERSE GROUPS. Though many students apply to be in his 10-person seminar, Professor Mankiw's main goal is to build a diverse group. "The economics profession has been accused of having... Full story

13 September