In the boldest expose on the nature of power sinceMachiavelli, celebrated Jungian therapist JamesHillman shows how the artful leader uses each of twodozen kinds of power with finesse and subtlety.Power, we often forget, has many faces, manydifferent expressions. "e;Empowerment,"e; writesbest-selling Jungian analyst James Hillman,"e;comes from understanding the widest spectrum ofpossibilities for embracing power."e; If foodmeans only meat and potatoes, your body suffers fromyour ignorance. When your idea of food expands, sodoes your strength. So it is with power."e;James Hillman,"e; says Robert Bly, "e;is themost lively and original psychologist we have hadin America since William James."e; InKinds Of Power, Hillman addresseshimself for the first time to a subject of greatinterest to business people. He gives much neededsubstance to the subject by showing us a broadexperience of power, rooted in the body, the rnind, and theemotions, rather than the customary narrowinterpretation that simply equates power with strength.Hillman's "e;anatomy"e; of power explorestwo dozen expressions of power every artful leadermust understand and use, including: the language ofpower, control, influence, resistance, leadership,prestige, authority, exhibitionism, charisma,ambition, reputation, fearsomeness, tyranny, purism,subtle power, growth, and efficiency.