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Weekly Hotlist: How to Control Your Emotions During a Difficult Conversation

 


THE WEEKLY HOTLIST: Harvard Business Review

December 04, 2017

How to Control Your Emotions During a Difficult Conversation

By Amy Gallo


Strategy execution

8 Tough Questions to Ask About Your Company’s Strategy by Paul Leinwand, Matthias Bäumler

Most companies don’t have the answers.


National competitiveness

A Tax Plan that Hurts Education Will Hurt U.S. Competitiveness by Amy Webb

Making college less affordable means America’s employers will find it even harder to hire great talent.


Career planning

How to Ask Your Boss for Time to Learn New Things by Rachael O'Meara

A six-step plan for making a persuasive request.


Professional transitions

Even Senior Executives Need a Side Hustle by Dorie Clark

Today no one should rely on just one income stream.


Security & privacy

Hackers Are Targeting Your Mobile Phone. Here Are 15 Ways to Slow Them Down by Luke Bencie, Camille Mouliard, Maxime Proud

Don’t be an easy mark.


Reorganization

How We Reorganized Instagram’s Engineering Team While Quadrupling Its Size by James Everingham

Define the outcomes you want, and the structure will follow.


Social responsibility

People Think Companies Can’t Do Good and Make Money. Can Companies Prove Them Wrong? by Amit Bhattacharjee, Jason Dana

Research shows “anti-profit beliefs” are widespread.


Economy

The Case for Good Jobs by Zeynep Ton

Better pay and more opportunities. Your workers want those things. So should you.


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