Leadership and Career Development The Art of Advice: How to up your advice giving (and getting) game Dec, 2022 | Podcast Rachel Ruttan Giving feedback is like a hand grenade. No matter how positive a spin you put on it, criticism is still hard to hear. So what can we do differently in tough conversations for a better outcome? Behavioural Economics and Marketing To increase support for public art, tie its meaning to humanity Sep, 2022 | Article Siyin Chen Rachel Ruttan Matthew Feinberg All art can be seen as sacred, and when it is people are more likely to protect it. To achieve this, new research suggests highlighting the work's historical and spiritual significance. Sustainability and Social Impact Companies that embrace social movements for PR or profit do more harm than good Oct, 2020 | Article Rachel Ruttan Without a genuine commitment to change, organizations can do real damage to important causes. Leadership and Career Development Do you want a cheerleader or a critic? The Voice shows how we really choose our mentors Jun, 2020 | Article Rachel Ruttan A team of researchers studied the popular music series to understand how we choose our mentors — and the blind spots we may have when making that choice.