By Jaap van Ginneken
By analysing quite a lot of empirical learn into management, this booklet presents a composite portrait of common features, reminiscent of character and manner, that impression either the good fortune and recognition of political leaders. during the lenses of mass psychology and collective behaviour sociology, the writer bargains attention-grabbing observations on political management which exhibit a coherent trend. In our number of and help for leaders, we nonetheless appear to be guided by way of subconscious or instinctive personal tastes. Evolutionary psychologists have labelled this ‘CALP’ for ‘Cognitive Ancestral management Prototype’. size, symmetry, face shape, voice pitch, eye blinking and extra prove to play a task – even this day - along character and elegance. every one bankruptcy of the publication deals a case examine to demonstrate those observations, together with Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Nicolas Sarkozy, and Boris Johnson. This publication is accessibly written to attract scholars of politics, psychology and sociology, in addition to the broader reader.
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