When left unchecked, not only does rampant incivility make our days more tense, it also leads to a loss of focus, a loss of productivity, a deliberate slacking off among disgruntled employees, and even serious health problems. Christine Porath, an associate professor of management at Georgetown University, has been studying the problem and looking for ways we can begin to alleviate it. Porath joined the Knowledge@Wharton Show on Sirius XM channel 111 to talk about her new book, Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace. Click here to listen to podcast.
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In a small, rural village in Masoro, Rwanda, more than 150 women make high quality handbags that end up on the shelves of one of the biggest names in fashion: Kate Spade & Company. The artisans in Mas
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