On Leadership: Poisonous carrots, blunt sticks
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On Leadership: Poisonous carrots, blunt sticks

Author Dan Pink talks to the Post's Steven Pearlstein about motivating employees, the importance of autonomy, and why the workplace is one of the 'feedback-less parts of American society.' (AJ Chavar and Lillian Cunningham/The Washington Post)

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