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Description: Neurotics rejoice. If you can. Research suggests that the more anxious and withdrawn among us tend to gain respect over time at work, while more outwardly confident extroverts lose some of their initial esteem. To some degree, the research shows the value of creating low expectations, said the study’s lead author, Corinne Bendersky, an associate professor at the Anderson School of Management of the University of California, Los Angeles.


Date: Feb 01, 2014


Questions for discussion:

  • Summarize the research presented in this report.
  • What does the report say to managers and how they should treat employees?

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