S03E01: The Power to Be Episode
September 13, 2023
Theresa Destrebecq & Vincent Musolino
- What's better, love or money? Which has more power, love or money? What's more powerful, love or money?
- Money as a substitution for time
- Infatuation can be a very powerful motivator.
- Differentiation between moments of happiness and love
- Putting love into leadership
- People going back to work just to see the people
- Power and the complexity of human relationships
- Power has a negative connotation
- Having power is a privilege
- Your relationship to power can hold you back, especially if you think of it as negative
- Power over, power to, power with (Brené Brown)
- When power is used to "control you" may give you a negative view of power
- 4 Elements of Power as per Ted Jenkins
- Power of position
- Power of expertise
- Power of connections
- Power of personal authority
- 6 Elements of Power as per French and Raven (1960's source)
- Formal Power
- Power of Consequence (power of sanction and reward)
- The other 4 are the same as above
- Women use their power of expertise almost to a fault
- Extroversion and Introversion are not scientifically backed
- Power of position/legitimacy is given - we agree to give others that power
- Can one have power of position without any of the other powers?
- Is "authority" the right word? Confusion of power and authority
- Is authority, really about charisma?
- Personal authority and the relationship with trust
- Information brokers - knowledge power
- Information is not the same as expertise
- Connection between money and power
- Politicians starting with personal authority, which leads to connections, and then to position
- What are we gaining by giving people power over us?
- Power over you is like being in a prison
- Grow our own sense of power, and continue to have choice
- Societal and group power
- Systems changing from outside, not from inside
- Is power of personal authority, connection, and expertise enough when the power of position is so strong?
- Anxious People, by Fredrik Backman
- Love as a Business Strategy, by Frank E. Danna and Mohammad F. Anwar
- The Work Lab, by Microsoft
- How Women Rise, by Sally Helgeson and Marshall Rosenberg
- Rising Together, by Sally Helgesen
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