Emotional regulation is considered to be a key competence demonstrated by strong and successful leaders. Apart from self-regulation, this is the ability to both manage and influence… Read more “Handling Negative Emotions in a Way that’s Good for Your Team (and your-self) | on the edge”
While the power of gratitude creates a more positive and happy mental state, gratitude is the most effective practice for stimulating feelings of happiness. When you feel happiness,… Read more “Neuroscience Reveals How Gratitude Literally Changes Your Brain to be Happier | on the edge”
Treating people as truly your most important asset means leading them with humility and showing them care, generosity and trust.
Positive Solitude: People who experience positive solitude, using solitary time for contemplation, reflection, or creativity, tend to feel more positive emotions. Feeling Active: Feelings of being energetic,… Read more “Three Emerging Insights About Happiness | on the edge”
Communicating value goes beyond what is communicated to how value is communicated. Perceived value has emotional attachment. People make emotional decisions for logical reasons. Communicating value requires communication intelligence that aligns content with communication style and communication behaviour so that the promise of value is experienced from the sales conversation. This is called communication acuity.
Communication Intelligence capacity is a required leadership and management competence that influences employee interaction, engagement, and relatedness. And, it falls short. There is evidence that supports this… Read more “Are you taking responsibility for your communication? | on the edge”