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Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are

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Alexa Stewart

on 9 December 2014

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Transcript of Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are

Summary
Body language
Work environment
Handling certain situations
Power changes with
gender
and the way that we use our
non-verbal
. The biggest question is can you fake it 'til you make it?
People with higher power tend to have a 20 percent
increase
in testosterone and have an 86 percent chance of gambling.

People with lower power will have a 60 percent chance of gambling and a 10 percent
decrease
in testosterone.
The biggest point that she makes is being able to
fake it 'til you become it
, until you are truly who you are meant to be.
There are a variety of power poses that separate high-power and low-power people. The high-power poses can:
Increase Interview Confidence
Increase Dominance
Fake it 'til you make it
• Sitting at the computer when someone comes in to talk to you
• Carrying yourself as a leader
• Your actions should be the same as your beliefs
• Powerful leadership poses and weak poses
• Your body language can change who you are as a person

Our non-verbal govern the way that other people think about and feel about us.
Powerful people:
assertive, optimistic and take more risks
Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are
Low-Power
High-Power
High-Power
How Does it Relate to the Class?
Strengths
Weaknesses
We compliment the other's non-verbal
Powerful people think more abstractly
Body language/role changes can shape the mind & face
Power poses can be done sitting or standing
Changing your body language can give you a boost of confidence for multiple things
Compare/Contrast
Contrast
We compliment the other's non-verbal
Women often feel less powerful than men
"Gender-grade gap"
High power people think they are always going to win
Body language/role changes can shape the mind & face
"Bringing themselves"
Creating your dominance should not change values/morals
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