How to Lead with Emotional Agility

By Susan David

How can leaders create a culture of psychological safety for their teams? How do you lead with agility?

It may sound obvious, but recognizing your employees as human beings is a good start. We often lose sight of our shared humanity in the midst of our dogged pursuit of productivity and profit. But success isn’t possible if we’re building upon an unstable foundation. The ability to help others be present with their own emotions is the core to effective teaming and leadership.

Show up for your employees, your peers, and yourself on both the good days and the bad. Be honest about your emotions–leading by example is one of the quickest paths to emotional agility. Even this small adjustment can be absolutely transformative in helping your organization navigate change.

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