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But part of his charisma was in the eyes of his followers.
Charisma implies a kind of force and authority, but its orbit varies so as to cover love, passionate devotion, elevation, transformation and, even destructive obsession.
If Charisma notably strengthens its revenues, while keeping its debt protection metrics, CRISIL could upgrade its outlook to "positive".
However, according to the new study co-authored by Kenneth Levine, a University of Tennessee, Knoxville, until recently no one was able to describe and measure charisma in a systematic way.
Research with this device shows that people who use many of the unconscious gestures and expressions associated with charisma are more successful in their negotiations than others.
With this move, Charisma will gain the opportunity to create dynamic new programming, using state-of-the-art production, post-production and broadcast facilities available at twofour54 intaj.
Charisma is considered one of the most critical dimensions of transformational leadership (Conger & Kanungo, 1988; Humphreys, 2002).
Research also shows that the colour you choose is very reflective of personality - so are you full of charisma or dull and predictable?
Cannon and Royal Velvet are currently licensed to Li & Fung USA; Fieldcrest is licensed to Target Stores; and Charisma to Westpoint Stevens.
NEW YORK -- Iconix Brand Group Inc., which already owns a portfolio of fashion brands, jumped head-first into the home category last week with plans to purchase Official Pillowtex LLC, which owns the Cannon, Royal Velvet Fieldcrest and Charisma brands.
CHARISMA: THE GIFT OF GRACE, AND HOW IT HAS BEEN TAKEN AWAY FROM US tells of the idea of charisma from its earliest recognition by Old Testament prophets to the first charismatic, Jesus of Nazareth, and how charisma became part of the Christian church's evolution.