A new paper on a “dark side” to professionalism co-authored by Sunita Sah, a Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the Financial Times.
“The greater a manager’s sense of professionalism, the more likely he or she is to accept a gift or bribe. Worse, high-minded professionals may be more susceptible to unconscious bias towards gift-givers, precisely because they are convinced they think they know how to ignore their blandishments,” the FT article says. (subs)
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