Deborah Gruenfeld: Mastering Body Language in Group Settings #tiecon

Deborah Gruenfeld speaks about Female Empowerment through Body Language

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Deborah Gruenfeld spoke @TIECON about her research into female empowerment through body language.

The ability to function effectively within a heirarchy is a crucial determinant of managerial & personal success, yet many women struggle with ‘authority issues’ that make certain hierarchical roles & positions difficult for them.  Deborah draws on the art of acting & the science of psychology to show us how our nonverbal behaviors affect our status & power & the ability to move flexibly among different heirarchical roles.

Deborah Gruenfeld, Moghadam Family Professor of Leadership & Organizational Behavior & CoDirector of Executive Program for Women Leaders @Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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