Amy Cuddy Takes a Stand. (The New York Times, 9/19/2014)
4,581,897 views as of today.
Her rousing presentation in 2012 at TED Global on what she calls “power poses” is among the most viewed TED Talks of all time (it is No. 2; Sir Ken Robinson’s “How Schools Kill Creativity” is No. 1 -- 6,840,521 views). In its wake, Ms. Cuddy, 42, has attracted lucrative speaking invitations from around the world, a contract from Little, Brown & Co. for a book to be published next year, and an eclectic army of posture-conscious followers.
More about Amy Cuddy
- Harvard Business School
- Social Psychology Network
- TED blog
- Connect, Then Lead, by Amy J. C. Cuddy, Matthew Kohut, and John Neffinger (Harvard Business Review, July-August 2013)
Body Language: Understanding Non-verbal Communication. (MindTools)
When I taught workshops on "The Reference Interview", I extensively covered the topic of non-verbal communications, i.e. body language.