We give Amy Cuddy 30 seconds to describe power poses, and she tells us we should all stand like Wonder Woman.
Turning the Power Back On
Amy Cuddy loses her mojo, gets it back and teaches other people how to maximize their mojo.
I Can’t Not Dance
Amy Cuddy tells us why dance is her favorite kind of body language.
More Questions on Power Posing
Amy Cuddy explains why President Lyndon Johnson was the "Poser-In-Chief."
About Amy Cuddy
Amy Cuddy is a Social Psychologist and Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School. She studies body language and how it impacts our sense of power and confidence. She also made one of the most watched TED Talks in the history of forever and was named one of Time magazines “Game Changers.” When she takes off her lab coat, Amy puts on her dance shoes because, just like when she was a little girl, she simply “can’t not dance.”
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