8/19/2010

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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