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Manage strong emotions by creating a six second pause to help you act instead of react.
I think the ability to see things from different perspectives will be the hallmark of successful leaders in the new world of work. And, if I’m honest with myself, I often see only my weeds rather than the wishes of others. If you, like me, need to grow in this area, here are some key… Read more »
Wise mind leaders pick the right way to engage at the right time. They are able to shift the organization from action to consideration, and back, with a fluidity that creates opportunity and value.
Many employees err by assuming that only management and executive staff need to strive for greater emotional intelligence. Actually, fine-tuning emotional intelligence is for everyone.
Leadership today is about unlearning management and relearning being human.
“Highly sensitive” (HS) people process information differently than others, so small discomforts can cause them severe distress or even depression.
The ability to show empathy, find possibilities in challenges, positively influence others, mitigate conflicts, contribute to team efforts, and inspire others to be their best are powerful tools for anyone with a desire to lead.
As an accomplished middle manager, you may be ready to move up to the executive level but feel stuck racing three-wide on the short track. Make these five smart moves to clinch the win from middle manager to executive.
Saying “I’m sorry” isn’t just good manners; it’s a key component of one’s emotional intelligence.