Behavioral Decision Insights for alumni at Emory University's Goizueta Business School

Behavioral Insights For Alumni

  • High I.Q. with an even higher E.Q.

    In today's business environment, companies are putting high premiums on individuals with excellent emotional intelligence and the ability to perform in high-pressure, high-stress environments. Emotional Intelligence addresses emotional intelligence (your EQ) and developing your cognitive, emotional, and behavioral capabilities so you will become an effective senior executive. This program helps you make the transition from managing a line of business to leading your organization.

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  • At Goizueta Business School, faculty and student researchers are committed to better understanding how decision making affects business. The Behavioral Research Lab brings together world-renowned faculty, students, and community members who are committed to answering fundamental questions about how humans behave, think, collaborate, make decisions, and respond to challenges.

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  • Study suggests recession made young workers more humble

    Emily BianchiAccording to a study done by Dr. Emily Bianchi of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, recession is an event that could mitigate characteristics of narcissism. "Every generation thinks they’re better than the next, and the “you kids get off my lawn” attitude has been particularly tough on Millennials. They’ve been called entitled, lazy and self-involved. But, they’re also young people who came of age during a recession. We don’t know a whole lot about where narcissism comes from, but what we do know seems to suggest that narcissism is tempered by adversity and to some extent by failure,” she says.

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High I.Q. with an even higher E.Q.

In today's business environment, companies are putting high premiums on individuals with excellent emotional intelligence and the ability to perform in high-pressure, high-stress environments. Emotional Intelligence addresses emotional intelligence (your EQ) and developing your cognitive, emotional, and behavioral capabilities so you will become an effective senior executive. This program helps you make the transition from managing a line of business to leading your organization.

Enroll Now

More Executive Education options

At Goizueta Business School, faculty and student researchers are committed to better understanding how decision making affects business. The Behavioral Research Lab brings together world-renowned faculty, students, and community members who are committed to answering fundamental questions about how humans behave, think, collaborate, make decisions, and respond to challenges.

Read More

Study suggests recession made young workers more humble

Emily BianchiAccording to a study done by Dr. Emily Bianchi of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, recession is an event that could mitigate characteristics of narcissism. "Every generation thinks they’re better than the next, and the “you kids get off my lawn” attitude has been particularly tough on Millennials. They’ve been called entitled, lazy and self-involved. But, they’re also young people who came of age during a recession. We don’t know a whole lot about where narcissism comes from, but what we do know seems to suggest that narcissism is tempered by adversity and to some extent by failure,” she says.

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Of academic departments within Goizueta Business School conducting behavioral research

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Top scholars in behavioral research among our faculty

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