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Audio: How to Easily Negotiate (Almost) Anything & Why You Need the Rat Race
[6/4/2018]
Something You Should Know: Professor of Management Emily Hunter is interviewed for her expert advice on negotiation tips and tricks.
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Spiritual Capital Indicates Business Success in Developing Countries
[5/17/2018]
Mitch Neubert, professor of Management, and Steve Bradley, professor of Entrepreneurship, found that faith maturity predicted innovation and success of entrepreneurs in developing countries.
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How to Negotiate the Best Retail Price: Baylor Expert Shares 11 Tips
[5/14/2018]
Greater Diversity News: Quoted in this article is professor of Management Emily Hunter who shares tips about negotiating retail prices.
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Audio: How to Negotiate the Best Retail Price
[5/12/2018]
KGO-AM: Professor of Management Emily Hunter is interviewed about her 11 tips for consumers to negotiate the best retail price.
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How to Negotiate the Best Retail Price: Baylor Expert Shares 11 Tips
[5/10/2018]
WACO, Texas (May 10, 2018) – In today’s retail climate, where stores struggle to keep up with online competition and customers can compare prices with the ease of their smartphones, the price tag is just a starting point for negotiations, said a negotiation expert at Baylor University.
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Do You Think You Are More Ethical Than Your Colleagues? It Can Make You Undermine Them
[4/26/2018]
The Economic Times: This article highlights new research by professor of management Matthew Quade who found that feelings of ethical superiority have a detrimental chain reaction on employees, coworkers and organizations.
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Baylor Team Places Second in Negotiation Competition
[4/25/2018]
The Baylor Business Negotiation Competition focuses on building negotiating skills among future business leaders. It is the only negotiation competition in the U.S. specifically for undergraduate business majors.
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Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining, Baylor Study Says
[4/24/2018]
WACO, Texas (April 24, 2018) -- A new Baylor study published in the Journal of Business Ethics suggests that feelings of ethical superiority can cause a chain reaction that is detrimental to you, your coworkers and your organization.
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Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining: Study
[4/24/2018]
ScienMag: New research by professor of management Matthew Quade found that feelings of ethical superiority can result in ostracism and social undermining.
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Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining: Study
[4/24/2018]
Phys.org: Recent research by professor of management Matthew Quade is featured in this article. Quade found that feelings of ethical superiority can have an adverse chain reaction on employees, coworkers and organizations.
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