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The words of the people in a position of power loom large over the people with less power.
And in most cases, the ones that have the power aren't aware of the impact of their words, because their position reduces their ability to acknowledge how their communication (both verbal and nonverbal) may affect others.
There are three types of communications amplified by power:
We need to be aware of how of our words (or lack of) can influence others when we are in a position of power.
For example, the phrase “I need to talk to you later ” can create worry and anxious thoughts, but you can add a little more communication to it, to ease the other person's fears: try saying something like “I need to see you later today. But don’t worry; it’s nothing bad.”
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