Catherine H. Tinsley
University professor

Catherine H. Tinsley

Associate professor at Georgetown University's business school and the executive director of the GU Women's Leadership Initiative.

Archive: Catherine H. Tinsley

Tokens and Tipping Points

Do we have a critical mass of women leaders now? Are we at a tipping point? Will these women make an impact on issues and policies? I won't prognosticate, but I will continue to be an optimist.

By Catherine H. Tinsley | January 18, 2010; 12:01 AM ET | Comments (0)

Costs and benefits

Tiger Woods has certainly profited from his fame, therefore I have little sympathy for the costs he simultaneously incurs from this notoriety.

By Catherine H. Tinsley | December 7, 2009; 09:43 AM ET | Comments (2)

Why not more?

If people believe that financial success is driven mainly by effort, they are likely to feel less obligation to help those who are less successful.

By Catherine H. Tinsley | November 23, 2009; 11:15 AM ET | Comments (6)

Bias against luck

Most social science research shows is that one's own success is more chance-dependent than we think.

By Catherine H. Tinsley | November 12, 2009; 08:09 AM ET | Comments (0)

You are your reputation

The interesting thing about reputations is that once they are formed they tend toward "stickiness." We do not readily or easily update our former impressions of others.

By Catherine H. Tinsley | November 5, 2009; 04:09 PM ET | Comments (0)

Success through the eyes of others

Although we may not want to think of external recognition as an important component to defining success, many of us may -- perhaps subconsciously -- believe this.

By Catherine H. Tinsley | November 2, 2009; 01:46 PM ET | Comments (0)

 
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