Adam Galinsky: What Drives Us To Speak Up? Social psychologist Adam Galinsky studies why it's so daunting to speak up — and what can help. He says the most powerful factor that compels us to take that risk is "moral conviction."
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Adam Galinsky: What Drives Us To Speak Up?

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Adam Galinsky: What Drives Us To Speak Up?

Adam Galinsky: What Drives Us To Speak Up?

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Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Speaking Up.

About Adam Galinsky's TED Talk

Social psychologist Adam Galinsky studies why it's so daunting to speak up — and what can help. He says the most powerful factor that compels us to take that risk is "moral conviction."

About Adam Galinsky

Adam Galinsky is the Vikram S. Pandit Professor of Business and the chair of the Management Division at the Columbia Business School.

He has received numerous national and international awards for his research and teaching on leadership, power, negotiations, decision-making, diversity, and ethics. Professor Galinsky is the co-author of Friend & Foe.