The Power Paradox

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  • Author : Dacher Keltner
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 208 pages
  • ISBN : 0698195590
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The Power Paradox

The Power Paradox
  • Author : Dacher Keltner
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 17 May 2016
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A revolutionary and timely reconsideration of everything we know about power. Celebrated UC Berkeley psychologist Dr. Dacher Keltner argues that compassion and selflessness enable us to have the most influence over others and the result is power as a force for good in the world. Power is ubiquitous—but totally misunderstood. Turning conventional wisdom on its head, Dr. Dacher Keltner presents the very idea of power in a whole new light, demonstrating not just how it is a force for

The Power Paradox

The Power Paradox
  • Author : Anna Bennett
  • Publisher : University Press of America
  • Release : 22 October 2021
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The Power Paradox reveals how mainstream views of power restrict the conceptual insights needed to resolve conflict. Bennett identifies fascinating contradictions within discourses of power and relational dynamics, acknowledging the enduring quandary of power struggles: we are all implicated within them.

The Power Paradox

The Power Paradox
  • Author : Dacher Keltner
  • Publisher : Penguin UK
  • Release : 17 May 2016
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A revolutionary rethinking of everything we know about power It shapes every interaction we have, whether we're trying to get a two-year-old to eat green vegetables or ask for a promotion at work. But how do we really gain power? And what does it do to us? As renowned psychologist Dacher Keltner reveals, the new science of power shows that our Machiavellian view of status is wrong. Influence comes not to those who are ruthless, but to those with socially

Japan Works

Japan Works
  • Author : John Price
  • Publisher : Cornell University Press
  • Release : 05 September 2018
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The postwar miracle, says John Price, made Japan and its corporations the toast of the global village, with scholars across the United States pointing to Japan as the model for future enterprise. The economic bubble burst, however, in 1989, and Price documents difficulties that have surfaced since that time. In Japan itself, the common self-assessment is "rich country, poor people" and government reports regularly criticize society for being too enterprising. In emulating Japan, Price asks, are we choosing a path Japan

The Paradox of Power and Weakness

The Paradox of Power and Weakness
  • Author : George Kunz
  • Publisher : SUNY Press
  • Release : 01 January 1998
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Offers an alternative paradigm for psychology, one that reflects Levinas's criticism of a self-centered notion of identity. Reveals the secret of an "authentic" altruism through a phenomenology of both power and weakness, and of the paradoxes of the weakness of power and the power of weakness.

Useful Delusions The Power and Paradox of the Self Deceiving Brain

Useful Delusions  The Power and Paradox of the Self Deceiving Brain
  • Author : Shankar Vedantam,Bill Mesler
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release : 02 March 2021
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From the New York Times best-selling author and host of Hidden Brain comes a thought-provoking look at the role of self-deception in human flourishing. Self-deception does terrible harm to us, to our communities, and to the planet. But if it is so bad for us, why is it ubiquitous? In Useful Delusions, Shankar Vedantam and Bill Mesler argue that, paradoxically, self-deception can also play a vital role in our success and well-being. The lies we tell ourselves sustain our daily

Leadership Matters

Leadership Matters
  • Author : Thomas E. Cronin,Michael A. Genovese
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 17 November 2015
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Some leaders fundamentally alter the status quo whilst others guide quietly. Most leadership books emphasise specific rules, but Tom Cronin and Michael Genovese see leadership as filled with paradox. Leadership Matters offers a different view of leadership - one that builds community and responds creatively to new situations. Cronin and Genovese argue that leadership is about more than just charisma and set leaders on to a different path - to unleash the power of paradox.

The Stupidity Paradox

The Stupidity Paradox
  • Author : Mats Alvesson,André Spicer
  • Publisher : Profile Books
  • Release : 02 June 2016
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Functional stupidity can be catastrophic. It can cause organisational collapse, financial meltdown and technical disaster. And there are countless, more everyday examples of organisations accepting the dubious, the absurd and the downright idiotic, from unsustainable management fads to the cult of leadership or an over-reliance on brand and image. And yet a dose of stupidity can be useful and produce good, short-term results: it can nurture harmony, encourage people to get on with the job and drive success. This is

The Power Paradox

The Power Paradox
  • Author : Riley James
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 October 2021
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This thesis examines how intimacy-both physical and emotional-in American football affects masculinity. This research is important because it questions the role of masculinity in a sport considered the most popular in terms of participation, attendance at games, and broadcast viewership (Miaschi, 2017). Theories such as hegemonic masculinity theory and inclusive masculinity theory are used to explain how masculinity is constructed through football. Using naturalistic observation, interviews with seven Michigan State University (MSU) football players, and an analysis of photographs, I found