Is anger clouding your judgment at work?

08/17/2010 | Harvard Business Review

Anger, even when unrelated to the decision at hand, can affect the choices you make at work, write Jennifer Lerner and Katherine Shonk, who assert that bringing third-party evaluators into the decision-making process can help to avoid that effect. "[M]anagers should inform employees that they will be expected to justify their decisions on certain projects -- not just the outcomes -- after the fact," they write.

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