Published in Law and Health Weekly, March 15th, 2008
"Powerful people have confidence in what they are thinking. Whether their thoughts are positive or negative toward an idea, that position is going to be hard to change," said Richard Petty, co-author of the study and professor of psychology at Ohio State University.
The best way to get leaders to consider new ideas is to put them in a situation where they don't feel as powerful, the research suggests.
"If you temporarily make a powerful person feel less powerful, you have a better...
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