Power may be one of the universal dimensions of the human experience. Analogous to energy in physics, power in humans can take several forms, such as wealth, armaments, influence, or knowledge.
To do just about anything — collaborate, lead, manage, co-create change, parent, learn, and even teach and coach (yes, teaching and coaching) — requires that we discern our relationship to power, then cultivate how to we wish to use it.
I begin this two-part blog on power by employing two broad definitions:
“Power is the capacity to produce intended effects” by Bertrand Russell (1938); and
Power is “the DOWNLOAD PDF