Category Archives: 2012 Linda Talley Articles

Power Positions Change Your Psychology and Physiology

Research by social psychologist, Amy Cuddy, has identified how quickly standing or sitting in a power position can change your physiology and your psychology. She noted that 2 minutes of sitting or standing in a power position changes your hormone … Continue reading

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A Psychological Perspective for Future Success

We are no longer a manufacturing society. We are in the information age which is bombarding us all with more information per day than we can possibly handle. No wonder there are so many communication problems at work. Then, if … Continue reading

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The Culture Concept

Culture is used in four ways when studying organizations. 1. It deals with management issues within organizations. 2. It deals with how to integrate different cultures into one organization after a merger or acquisition. 3. It deals with informal aspects … Continue reading

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Nonverbal Turn Taking Signals

Based on work by Duncan and Fiske in the early 1970s, we know that there are “turn-taking” signals involved when speaking with another person or in a group. When a person is speaking and wants another to speak, their intonation … Continue reading

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