Peter Bregman is author of Leading With Emotional Courage and a leadership consultant working with CEOs and senior leaders for premier organizations. He is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and The Financial Times.
Today we take a look at how emotional intelligence drives leadership forward, along with some proven, practical strategies for building emotional intelligence individually and in our organizations.
In this episode, you will learn:
- How leading with emotional courage empowers individuals and organizations
- How to take small risks that will help build your emotional courage muscle.
- The “future focus” method for initiating feedback, and why it works.
- How to move a conversation from judgment (uncomfortable) to planning (productive).
- The first thing to say when you initiate a difficult conversation.
“Leading with emotional courage is about leading with feeling. … Emotional courage isn’t fluffy. It’s the hardest of hard skills. It’s the underlying skill that drives everything else.”
Peter Bregman: Leading With Emotional Courage
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