Professor at the University of Kansas
As I researched amplification I was amazed over and over again at how robust the effect was. Whether people amplified low-status or high-status people, good ideas or bad ideas, men or women, promotive voice or prohibitive voice, they increased their own status and the status of others.
Amplifying others is easy. All we have to do is recognize others’ contributions and give them credit for their contributions.
Amplification can help others. And it can help us. I hope you will look to amplify others.
It’s a simple idea. Please take it seriously.
Nate Meikle Bio:
Nate Meikle is the creator of Meikles & Dimes, a podcast dedicated to the simple, the practical, and the underappreciated. Episodes cover science-based topics in decision-making, communication, negotiation, health, and performance psychology. Interview episodes, called Layer 2 episodes, include guests from business, academia, health care, journalism, engineering, and athletics.
Nate is also a business professor at the University of Kansas where he teaches leadership and business ethics. Previous academic stops include the University of Notre Dame where he taught negotiation; the University of Utah where he earned a Ph.D. in organizational behavior; Stanford Law School where he earned a Juris Doctor; and Brigham Young University where he earned a business degree and also played football.
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