Creating Authentic Power

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Creating Authentic Power

How we convey confidence without words.

So much of how we communicate is through social cues and gestures. We tell others to approach or step back, often without knowing we’ve done so.

Stanford Graduate School of Business Lecturer Richard Cox says being aware of these subtle exchanges can help you turn awkward moments into meaningful conversations.

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