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Mental exhaustion may lead ethical managers to lash out

from Psych Central

New research suggest taking the higher ethical ground may be associated with a managerial style that castigates employees. Russell Johnson, Ph.D., an associate professor of management at Michigan State University, believes ethical conduct leads to mental exhaustion and the "moral licensing" to lash out at employees. The study appears online in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Moral licensing is a phenomenon in which people, after doing something good, feel they have earned the right to act in a negative manner, Johnson said. more

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