Amit Nandkeolyar

Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the Indian School of Business (ISB).

Trust Matters the Most in Negotiations

Based on the research of Amit K. Nandkeolyar, Brian C. Gunia and Jeanne M. Brett. Trusting others is not easy, be it in our personal or professional lives. Our ability to trust others is laced with an underlying sense of fear that in doing so, we risk being exploited or taken for granted. These concerns are more pronounced at the …

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How to Cope with Abusive Bosses

Having abusive bosses could lead to negative outcomes such as lower job performance, reduced job satisfaction, health issues and stress for employees. How can employees cope with abusive bosses? Professor Amit Nandkeolyar states that by being conscientious and using active coping strategies, employees can effectively brace themselves from abusive bosses. Professor Amit Nandkeolyar is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at …

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The Culture of Trust and Negotiation

How do cultural differences in trust impact negotiation outcomes? Professor Amit Nandkeolyar writes from a recent research conducted with colleagues Dishan Kamdar from the Indian School of Business (ISB), and Brian Gunia and Jeanne Brett, both from the Kellogg School of Management. A decade of explosive growth has resulted in India becoming the world’s fourth largest economy in 2010. As India’s …

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