Compelling People: The Hidden Qualities That Make Us Influential
For years we have been asked for reading recommendations about the work we do, and we have not had much to offer. At long last, here is our answer: Compelling People. Now available.
Executive Presence: The Inner Game
Executive presence can be an elusive and somewhat frustrating concept.Expanding on the social science insights from Compelling People: The Hidden Qualities That Make Us Influential (required reading at Harvard Business School), this brief handbook offers a framework for understanding how others perceive your presence in a professional context as well as practical tips for developing new skills.(Read a free excerpt here).
Connect, Then Lead – Harvard Business Review
Two KNP co-founders, Matthew Kohut and John Neffinger, co-authored this July/August 2013 Harvard Business Review cover story with Professor Amy Cuddy.
Thin-Slice Forecasts of Gubernatorial Elections – Study
KNP Communications and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government co-sponsored a study by economists Daniel Benjamin and Jesse Shapiro on the effects of non-verbal behavior in elections. The study was released on November 6th, 2006 (see press release above).
View the study.