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Brian Swider, Joyce Bono, Klodiana Lanaj and Mo Wang.

The Future of Work

Where, when and how we work may never return to pre-pandemic norms. Artificial intelligence and demographic shifts will reshape our careers. And we’ll need to tend to ourselves and each other to ward off burnout and grow as workers and

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10 innovative research insights you can apply to your life and career

Beyond educating the next generation of business leaders, faculty at the UF Warrington College of Business are researching the next great solution that you can use to propel your life and career forward. In this story, we share some of

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When being politically correct at work depletes employees and backfires at home

Avoiding potentially divisive language and encouraging tolerance are critical steps to creating an inclusive work environment, but they carry a downside. Being politically correct can deplete employees and lead them to act both angrily towards and withdraw from their spouse

The 13 tenure-track faculty members of Warrington's Department of Management. From left: Joyce Bono, John Chen, Larry DiMatteo, Robert Emerson, Amir Erez, Aaron Hill, Yixuan Li, Klodiana Lanaj, Gwen Lee, David Gaddis Ross, Brian Swider, Robert Thomas and Mo Wang.

Warrington management department No. 1 in productivity per faculty

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Even with only 13 tenure-track faculty members, the Department of Management at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business is among the most productive for research according to the 2021 Texas A&M/University of Georgia Rankings of

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The double-edged sword of being politically correct at work

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Imagine that over the weekend, you heard a joke that made you laugh so hard that tears streamed down your face and your stomach cramped. At the time, you couldn’t wait to share this joke with your

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Building resiliency at work through self-compassion

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – As the world begins its third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, several challenges continue to hinder us from returning to a world of normalcy. From new variants to global supply chain interruptions to rising inflation, these disruptions

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How to be a good coworker

Enjoying your job stems from more than just the work you do. Anyone who’s experienced having a great coworker or having a not-so-great coworker can attest to how critical it is to have positive relationships with the people you spend

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Want to increase your team’s performance? Gender diversity could be beneficial

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Many of us have heard the famous adage ‘teamwork makes the dreamwork’ from leadership author John Maxwell, but what is the key to actually making a team work? New research from the University of Florida Warrington College

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The latest innovative ideas from Warrington

Over the 2020-2021 academic year, Warrington College of Business faculty members reminded us why they’re some of the best in the world, despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic. From producing hundreds of new research papers, to teaching countless

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Want to be a better leader? Start with self-compassion.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In a culture that glamourizes reaching the top of the leadership ladder and serving as a guiding light when challenges arise, there is a stark contrast with how leaders actually feel in their roles. As many as