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Update 6/24/23: Hi listeners, Justin here! I’m aware of the accuracy claims against Prof. Francesca Gino and Prof. Dan Ariely‘s and research. Anyone can make an accusation, should an adjustment to this interview be necessary, I’ll update this note.


Francesca Gino on Rebel Talent

Harvard Business School Professor, Francesca Gino is author of Rebel Talent. She expands on why rebels aren’t a negative force, how to manage them, and how to utilize them to boost your company’s inventive spirit. And if you’re a bit of a rebel, how you can impact others in a positive way.

Harvard Business School professor and author of Rebel Talent, Francesca Gino joined me to discuss the impact rebels have on the workplace.

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I ask:

  • How are rebels supposed to convince anyone to work with them when they look like chaos agents?
  • Most see rebels as not trusting of others, power-hungry, and lone wolves. But is that reality?
  • Is there any hope for rebels and top performers to get through HR or get hired?
  • Speaking as a rebel, do rebels walk a really lonely work path?
  • Do rebels naturally disrupt the organizational pecking order, and does that make leaders uncomfortable?


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