Speeches by Amy Cuddy are informed by this assistant professor's interesting background in social psychology.
Strongly informed by her research related to her field of study, Amy's presentations are engaging and teach audiences about the way in which people communicate. Specifically interested in the way in which social categories influence the way people interact and perceive each other, this Princeton graduate's findings are incredibly relevant no matter the audience. Many of her public speeches given are in regard to her research about body language, and watching these presentations highlight Cuddy's experience as an educator.
Educational, intriguing and relevant, speeches by Amy Cuddy are appropriate for a variety of people, and are understandable even to those outside the academic world.