(Photo from Silicon Forum. Other person is new friend Stuart Robbins.)
The image doesn’t work for me. I get a message saying it has errors. Is it just me?
So many of your colleagues must physically look up to you when addressing you. Care to discuss your take on the subconscious (or conscious) effects of physical dominance?
I find the discussion interesting and think that height plays a significant subconscious role in interactions.
Mark — Totally agree. In fact it’s been shown that most leaders of organizations are taller than average. There is an intimidation factor that’s subconscious. This can be good or bad, the important thing is for tall people to be aware of the dynamic and manage it appropriately.
Kia Ora (Hello) from a krazy blogger down under in New Zealand. Its not a case of how tall or how short, how fat or how thin, its a case of how you treat people – as they say never judge a book by its cover !!!
So why exactly do you like being tall?
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