Reliable estimates say we spend a third of our lifetimes sleeping, but are workplace managers conscious of what is called ‘sleep leadership?’ Someone wide awake to the research potential of this topic is Professor Brian Gunia. Brian is a management and organization expert and associate dean at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. As a researcher, Gunia has made […]
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