“Emotional” is often a negative label in work environments.
However, we are all driven by our emotions. They underpin our decisions, give us energy and open up new ideas. When leading any kind of change, both the heart and mind need to be engaged. If they aren’t, then the team won't budge.
Managing our own and others' emotions is an absolutely vital part of leadership. If we can accept and meet the emotions in our teams, we can engage them fully and have a chance for the logical arguments to succeed.
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“The tone and level it was pitched is very good and the additional information was very useful around strengths and weakness and autonomy.”
Jonathan Ogilvie - Senior Engineer within the Water Group of BuroHappold
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