Does your boss dumb you down, or do you feel that you have been using your intelligence even more since you started working in your current place of employment? The answer to this question probably depends, at least in part, on whether your boss is a Multiplier or a Diminisher. A Multiplier encourages the people around him to use their talents, amplifying their intelligence, whereas a Diminisher tends to see himself as the source of all knowledge and can make his employees feel less than they are. To find out more about what this all means, and how it applies to your office, or even your home, listen to tonights interview on the Goldstein on Gelt show with Liz Wiseman, author of the bestselling book, Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter.
What do you think about Wall Street? Is it a hive of corruption and greed, or a place with the potential to create a better society? During the second half of the Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug speaks to Robert Shiller, author of Finance and the Good Society and a professor at Yale University, who has written extensively on topics such as financial markets, financial innovation, behavioral economics, macroeconomics, real estate, statistical methods, and on public attitudes, opinions, and moral judgments regarding markets. How can the financial world influence us to become better people? Tune into the Goldstein on Gelt show to find out.