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    Azeem Azhar and Binyamin Appelbaum discuss how a group of free-market economists managed to reshape our modern world. They promised growth and broad prosperity, but instead left us with fractured societies and weakened democracies.

    Appelbaum is the author of the new book, “The Economists’ Hour,” a deep dive into the history of ideas that formed capitalism, as we know it.



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    The systems we build reveal what we value.



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    Regulators should be collecting a standardized data set, so we can measure the threat.



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    Think capitalism has to be about the profit motive above all else? Think again. Andy Kuper, founder and CEO of LeapFrog Investments, explains how his company is leading a growing movement of corporations that are evolving their missions to include doing good.



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    The law doesn’t always provide clear ethical boundaries.



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    Anxiety comes up in our conversations on the show from time to time, and we think it’s important to think about and talk about mental health. That’s why we’re recommending you listen to The Anxious Achiever, a new podcast by HBR Presents that’s all about dealing with anxiety at work.



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    If your meetings are unproductive, this might be the reason.



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    A study found it increases the employee’s well-being and productivity.



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    Yet another reason women are underrepresented in academic medicine.



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    Medicine needs to broaden its application of algorithms.



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    Advice for leaders who are afraid of saying the wrong thing.



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    Companies struggle to personalize their services without discriminating.



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    Sponsor content from PwC.



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    It’s a political talking point, so let’s look at the data.



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    The American Medical Association has identified some best practices.



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    Many people in the business world find their success by always being “on.” They wake up at 4 a.m., answer emails 24 hours a day, and don’t take vacations. Sometimes they’re so high functioning that they don’t even realize they have symptoms of anxiety until they take time away from the office.

    This week, host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Alyssa Mastromonaco, former White House deputy chief of staff and former chief operating officer of Vice Media. They talk about running on all cylinders, realizing you need time away from the office, and dealing with the depression that can come from needing to redefine who you are outside the office.



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    Understanding one of the latest additions to the C-suite.



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    At work, self-care might mean asking for a deadline extension, going to the gym in the middle of the day, or blocking off a few hours to prioritize tasks for the week. But that’s all easier said than done. We speak with a happiness researcher about how to find the time we need to take care of ourselves (and then actually do it). Guest: Ashley Whillans. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.



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    Sari Wilde, a managing vice president at Gartner, studied 5,000 managers and identified four different types of leaders. The surprising result is that the “always on” manager is less effective at developing employees, even though many companies encourage supervisors to give constant feedback. Instead, the “connector” manager is the most effective, because they facilitate productive interactions across the organization. Wilde explains what the best connector managers do, how to be one, and how to work for one. With Jaime Roca, Wilde wrote the book “The Connector Manager: Why Some Leaders Build Exceptional Talent — and Others Don’t.”



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    Think about how to build a portfolio of high-value employees.



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