Haas School of Business Women in Leadership presents: Influence Decisions with Pose by Dr. Dana Carney
Thursday, August 7, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Haas School of Business Women in Leadership presents:
Embody Power through Posture!
Influence decisions with pose by Dr. Dana Carney
We all know those people that walk into a meeting room with such confidence in their presence it’s no wonder that their decision is the final vote. How can we begin to compete with their powerful presence? The answer: Power Posing. Dana Carney presents on power posing and how brief nonverbal displays affect neuroendocrine levels and risk tolerance. Through assuming open, expansive postures (high-power nonverbal displays) both male and female participants experienced elevations in testosterone, decreases in cortisol and increased feelings of power and tolerance for risk.
Take the step today: Adapt your posture and unleash the power within!
Location: Abbott Labs – Vascular Building, 3200 Lakeside Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Date: Thursday, August 7
1:00 p.m. Networking
Keynote speaker: Dana Carney, Ph.D. Professor, Haas School of Business
Dana Carney, Ph.D., challenges emerging leaders to utilize non-verbal expressions, including posture, to embody power and influence decision making and risk tolerance. As her claims on human behavior are supported through scientific experimental findings, it appeals to both the strategic sensibilities of management and the measurable intelligence of scientists. She earned a Ph.D. from Northeastern University and is now an Associate Professor at the Haas School of Business in the Management of Organizations Group.
Must Register by Monday, August 4, 2014
Cost for the Event: Enrollment includes Lunch
Haas Alumni: $35
Haas Students (Class of 2014 or higher): $20
Guests and other great business school alumni: $35
For more information please contact Lindy Vejar Haas MBA 97 at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949.610.4548
Please note that tor Security reasons, we cannot accommodate walk-ins.