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“Persuasion—convincing strangers to consider new perspectives, new insights, new goals—is a fundamental, challenging task of leadership because it requires a deep investment of personal character, mental stamina, and a capacity for emotional insight perfectly balanced with the ability to reason. Logic and abundant feeling combine to persuade.
“What’s tricky about persuasion—and it’s this point that 12 Angry Men clarifies so thrillingly—is discerning the difference between getting others to think as you do, an obnoxious and risky use of power, and getting others to investigate themselves to discover common truths and facts—truths that transcend preference, prejudice, fear, and competitive jockeying. The courtroom drama, as a result, is usually a loud wake-up call as well, a reminder that there are such common truths.” ability to discern the behavioral signals of people—their often subtle but very real concerns, needs, orientation, and disposition. This is what we mean by empathy. Researchers have hypothesized—and found evidence to support—a positive correlation between this cognitive “sixth sense” and effective leadership. In short, leaders who are more empathic are better able to reach the fulcrum of their followers’ judgment.
Perhaps the most obvious is having the courage of our convictions, especially in the face of pressure from others. The lead character – played by Henry Fonda – is under significant pressure form his fellow jurors, but he is determined to explore all of the evidence before he reaches a conclusion. He chooses principles over expediency.
Important decisions should be given time. In the movie, a boy’s life is in the balance – if found guilty, he will be executed. So Fonda’s character (called Davis) wants to talk things through, not to rush to a snap, potentially prejudiced decision.
Davis sees the importance of influencing others. He builds…...

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