We often talk about the actions that leaders should take to get the best out of their teams.
But it’s worth thinking about the things we choose *not* to do which can make a real difference.
In this episode, I take a look at why leaders sometimes struggle to restrain themselves from taking instinctive actions, and take a look at some ways you might be able to add a little restraint into your leadership.
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- Article: Why Exercising Restraint Is Important For Good Leadership.
- Article: Want to Build Empathy? Use the Iceberg Model.
- Article: How to Manage Your Emotions For Better Leadership.
- Article: The Impact and Importance of Emotions in Leadership.
- Resource: PRINT assessment.
- Resource: Live Your Values deck.
- Podcast: Thoughtful Leader Podcast #124: How to Stay Calm In Tricky, Stressful and Uncertain Situations.
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