Slow down to make better decisions at work

04/30/2012 | AOL Jobs

Research shows that when we force ourselves to work too fast and rush into decisions we're more likely to make selfish and unethical choices, Margaret Heffernan writes. "Ethical thinking is cognitively expensive: It takes effort, focus and time. It's easily crowded out by multitasking, distractions and fatigue," she writes.

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