The new issue of Greater Good (the magazine I help edit) is up and this time the essays focus on the psychology of power. Of possible interest to Daddy Dialectic readers:
The Power Paradox: True power requires modesty and empathy, not force and coercion, argues Dacher Keltner. But what people want from leaders—social intelligence—is what is damaged by the experience of power.
Peaceful Parenting: Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson explain how to turn parent-child conflict into cooperation.
Power Sickness: Feeling powerless is bad for our health, reports Eve Ekman. What can we do about it?
Playing with Power: Jason Marsh reflects on an educational classic.
Stop! Calm Down! Think!, by Dawn Friedman: Research shows that the Second Step program is creating kinder, smarter schools.
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