Courage is critical to identifying systemic problems and proposing solutions. The decision to speak up can be especially fraught with personal or professional danger because of the power structures that surround us. In this TED Talk, Columbia Business School professor Adam Galinsky describes the role of power in others’ response to our ideas and provides tips on expanding our range of influence to strengthen our courage to speak up.
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