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Part of Grace Poe's charisma is not only the association with her adoptive father's image as champion ng mga api, but the perseverance and tenacity with which she has hurdled her own challenges.
Because human beings are such fantastic lie detectors--and we do detect micro-expressions as fast as 17 milliseconds--you can't fake charisma," says Olivia Fox Cabane, author of The Charisma Myth: How Anyone Can Master the Art and Science of Personal Magnetism.
While on the subject of charisma, if you didn't already know, it's actually a common trait of the psychopath.
For evolutionary reasons, Fox Cabane says charisma breaks down into warmth, power and presence.
Charisma comes more easily to some than to others, but with practice, you can develop this elusive quality.
But others need a little more cultivation for charisma to bloom.
It is not democracy that has cut charisma down to size.
Charisma said: "I may ask my brother for a few training tips - but I'll certainly be asking him for sponsorship.
American rhetoricians exploring the concept of charisma have highlighted different elements of this classical configuration.
The Spread of Tibetan Buddhism in China: Charisma, Money, Enlightenment.
Gobillot, a consultant and speaker who specializes in leadership and organization effectiveness, considers leadership through the lens of what followers want and identifies ways to develop the charisma sought in leaders who are inspiring and motivating.
When it comes to hiring a successful CEO, however, charisma is a trait to be avoided.