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Penguin presents the unabridged downloadable audiobook edition of The Power Paradox by Dacher Keltner and read by Kaleo Griffith.
A concise, paradigm-shifting account of the power dynamics that shape everyday life - from the boardroom to the dinner table, the playground to the bedroom.
The Machiavellian view of power as a coercive force is one of the deepest currents in our culture, yet new psychological research reveals this vision to be dead wrong.
Influence is gained instead through social intelligence and empathy - but ironically the seductions of power make us lose the very qualities that made us powerful in the first place. By drawing on fascinating case studies that debunk longstanding myths, Dacher Keltner illuminates this power paradox, revealing how it shapes not just boardrooms and elections but everyday relationships and affects whether or not we will have affairs, break the law or find our purposes in life.
©2016 Dacher Keltner (P)2016 Penguin Books Limited
Great book, easy to follow. Enlightening summary of the field that this psychologist has been researching in for the last 20 years. it built on my understanding of the topic.
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