Sept. 29, 2021

Julie Battilana | The Psychology of Power

Julie Battilana | The Psychology of Power

You may think that power is reserved for the elite and that most of us will never be powerful, but Julie Battilana says that power is everyone's business. Listen to our insightful conversation about what power really is, how to get it, how to lose...


You may think that power is reserved for the elite and that most of us will never be powerful, but Julie Battilana says that power is everyone's business. Listen to our insightful conversation about what power really is, how to get it, how to lose it, and how to use it as a tool to build a better world for all.

 


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Julie Battilana

rofessor of organizational behavior and social innovation at the Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School

Julie Battilana is a professor of organizational behavior and social innovation at the Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School, where she is also the founder and faculty chair of the Social Innovation and Change Initiative. Her research examines the politics of change in organizations and in society, especially focusing on organizations and individuals that initiate and implement changes that diverge from the taken-for-granted norm. She is also the co-author of The Working Manifesto (forthcoming, University of Chicago Press).