How to boost client trust: Change your body language
Want to feel empowered? Sit straight and have “presence,” social psychologist Amy Cuddy tells Envestnet Summit RIAs.
By Ginger Szala|June 13, 2018 at 12:27 PM|The original version of this story was published on ThinkAdvisor
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Leaving the Envestnet audience with a feeling of power and victory, social psychologist Amy Cuddy ended the first full day of Advisor Summit 2018 with a speech that continued the theme of expansion started by Envestnet Chairman Jud Bergman in the morning keynote.
Cuddy’s speech discussed body language and how advisors can take back the power by expanding their body physically, and of course, adding for good measure the famous “victory pose,” which is throwing your arms up in a “V” that is “hard-wired” in human beings, she said.
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