6-Year-Olds Know When You’re Making Sins of Omission


Researchers have long ago identified the importance of credibility in leadership. Employees value credibility, just as knowledge workers require it as one of the main qualities in a leader. We should not be surprised that kids value credibility as well.

To Talk Like This and Act Like That

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In a new study, kids gave lower ratings to teachers who left out key details about toys. And once misled, they inspected new toys more carefully.

Sharrock‘s insight:

Ryan Jacobs says, “Bottom-line: Explain the full-fledged functionality of Super Soakers to your kids or risk losing their trust forever.”

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