Impact Your Confidence & Power in 2 Minutes 

By Robbie MacCue

We are featuring a TED talk from Amy Cuddy, a Harvard Business School researcher, who tells us proven methods to increase our confidence and power with simple little tips about adjusting our body language. These simple tips also come with a great story!

We frequently talk about how communication impacts our interactions with the people around us. From the patients you treat, to the staff you interact with, to the elected officials who could be making a decision about your organization’s next budget, we all have an impact.

Imagine, that even the communication we have with OURSELVES can have an external impact on those interactions.

Did You Know… “30 seconds of watching [a doctor’s] silent non-verbal interactions with a patient can predict if that physician will be sued or not.”

Don’t fake it until you make it, fake it until you become it.

My Takeaways:    Tiny Tweaks –> BIG CHANGES

Our bodies change our minds

…and our minds change our behavior

…and our behavior changes our outcomes.

What will you do to share these ideas with your EMS colleagues? The people who need this the most may not have the resources to find it on their own.

What a great idea worth sharing!

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Robbie MacCue

Robbie is the cofounder of the EMS Leadership Academy, host of the EMS Leadership Summit, and paramedic captain in Albany, NY where he serves in the Special Operations Division for ground rescue, flight, & tactical medicine. He performs international medical flights with North America's largest fixed wing Air Ambulance service. For more than 14 years, Robbie served as President of a non-profit EMS organization advocating for increased funding and raising the bar of excellence. In addition, Robbie is an American Heart Association advocate who is passionate about empowering others to save more lives. He has taught physicians, nurses, and other medical providers Advanced Cardiac Life Support at medical schools and hospitals throughout Manhattan. Robbie has undergraduate degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a MBA from Case Western Reserve University and provides business consulting that combines his love of technology with healthcare.

Robbie MacCue

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