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Good News and Bad News,  John Bagnold Burgess, 1876, courtesy Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Bournemouth

Overreacting to Bad Financial News Can Lead to Poor Investment Decisions

Idea posted: November 2014
  • Finance
  • Learning & Behaviour

A University of North Carolina experiment involving investment choices confirms the neuroscience research that reveals how people learn differently from good vs. bad outcomes and when being exposed to positive vs. negative news. The result, the experiment shows, is a bias to too much pessimism when investors experience negative outcomes.

Idea #459
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Narcissistic CEOs – A Signature for Poor Performance

Idea posted: January 2013
  • CSR & Governance
  • Finance
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

Have you ever worked for a bit of a self-obsessed boss? You weren’t imagining it; corporate narcissism is an actual and not unusual phenomenon. It can even eventually diminish firm performance and is therefore something to look out for. Now, research suggests that the size of a CEO’s signature may give a clue as to how big their ego is. 

Idea #080
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