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workplace innovation

How to Inspire Workplace Innovation: Increase Self-Efficacy

Where does workplace innovation come from? Innovative people, of course. But finding those people or predicting who those people will be is a near-impossible task for most organizations. So what can we do about this problem? New research shows that organizations can use a simple strategy to inspire all their employees to make innovative contributions.

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Good Moods Encourage Speaking Up at Work

You have a wonderful idea about how to improve your workplace, but will you tell anybody about it? Sometimes speaking up is difficult to do. After all, you might be chastised or mocked for daring to challenge the status quo. New research shows that the mood of the potential listener may help determine whether or not you choose to speak up.

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Emotional Intelligence Leads to Good Moods and Creativity in the Workplace

Emotional intelligence sounds like it’s good for lots of positive things, but can you believe that creativity in the workplace is among them? New research confirms this somewhat unexpected finding, and shows that it really makes a lot of sense. What does this mean for organizations, and how can you use this to foster creativity in your workplace?

The Negative Effects of Knowledge Hiding on Organizational Trust and Creativity

A new study finds that hiding information from colleagues has deep implications for any organization. Individuals who hide pertinent information will soon find their actions reciprocated, ultimately creating a distrust loop. In the end, this cycle limits creativity within an organization, but having the correct organizational environment can help stimulate creativity and reduce an employee’s desire to hide information with colleagues.