Authenticity has become a catchphrase. Managers are expected to lead more authentically. Brands are competing to create more genuine and authentic connections with their customers. And celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen have called out fakeness of social media and started to show a more realistic and authentic version of their lives. What is behind all this fuss? What does authenticity really mean and why is it so powerful? Drawing on their own research, Professors Iyengar and Matz, joined by doctoral candidate Erica Bailey, discuss the role authenticity plays in our professional and personal lives.
2020: A Test of Leadership
A look at what it meant to be a leader in a year unlike any other.
Learning Leadership Strategies From the Workplace and Protests
Professors Stephan Meier and Dan Wang explain how the pandemic and the demonstrations for racial justice are already influencing future business leaders.
The Human Experience of COVID-19
Sandra Matz and Daniel Ames share insights into why individuals experience the same pandemic in different ways.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of business, while bringing historical inequities and injustice into sharp relief.
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