Deborah Gruenfeld, "Acting with Power"





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Published on Oct 3, 2013

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Is it more important to say the right thing or act the right way? Professor Gruenfeld provides compelling research about how we perceive power in our relationships, examining the words we use, non-verbal cues and the ways in which we communicate. She'll share how we can most effectively get our message across.

Deborah Gruenfeld is the Moghadam Family Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior. A social psychologist, she examines how people respond to their own power and powerlessness. The author of numerous articles on power and on group behavior, Professor Gruenfeld teaches in many of Stanford's executive education programs. She co-directs the Stanford Executive Program for Women Leaders, is a member of LeanIn.org's board of directors and is developing a curriculum for educating women and girls in developing economies. Professor Gruenfeld joined the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2000, where she has served as the area head of organizational behavior, a member of the dean's advisory group and a member of the MBA admissions advisory board. Before starting her academic career, she worked as a journalist and public relations consultant.

This Stanford+Connects micro lecture was filmed on location in Paris, France. Stanford+Connects is a program of the Stanford Alumni Association.

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