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It has often been observed that people are better at resolving others’ problems, while struggling when the same befalls them. This was tested through a hypothesis recently by researchers from several Chinese universities. It was found out that yes people chose differently. But it also emerged that while speaking for themselves, the subjects had a cautious mindset. This emerged from studying the minute details about oneself. The same people had an adventurous mindset when it came to choosing from others, as the ideas emerged from a broad understanding. This piece of business intelligence must be used by human resource professionals as the same plays out when seeking salary increments. While vouching for others, professionals are quite up front, but cautious when it comes to their own turn.

Source:https://hbr.org/2018/11/why-its-easier-to-make-decisions-for-someone-else

Uploaded Date:21 November 2018

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