But released from the spell of his brother-in-law's personal magnetism
, Mr Blatherwick was apt to brood.
The droll sense of humour, the dramatic attitudes he strikes on stage and the moments of effortless, natural artistic insight all come bundled up with his personal magnetism
- and of course that magnificent voice.
Leaders use emotional intelligence to manage their "charisma" or personal magnetism
across changing contexts.
Thanks to your personal magnetism
you have the power to convert sceptics to supporters.
She was blessed with a personal magnetism
difficult to describe.
Because human beings are such fantastic lie detectors--and we do detect micro-expressions as fast as 17 milliseconds--you can't fake charisma," says Olivia Fox Cabane, author of The Charisma Myth: How Anyone Can Master the Art and Science of Personal Magnetism
You're getting ample evidence that your personal magnetism
In the absence of oratory skills that President Obama used to display, while defying odds in 2008 and the personal magnetism
cloaked in charm that her husband possessed, Mrs Clinton has to rely on a catalogue of secondary factors to achieve her goal - to be a champion of everyday Americans.
evoking both that leader's dynamism as a motivational speaker and personal magnetism
as a man.
Some salespeople just ooze charisma--that personal magnetism
that is so hard to resist.
His personal magnetism
works perfectly for George, a charmer who quietly disarms the whole bunkhouse on the farm where he and Lennie find work.
Bolstered by his personal magnetism
and fear of his ferocious temper, Chavismo has attracted supporters as disparate as military officers and oil executives to armed slum organisers and socialist intellectuals who often have little patience with one another.