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Inclusive Leadership: The Emotional Role of a Leader

Nicole Vasilescu

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15 Videos (1h 33m)
    • Leader's emotional role

    • The key attribute that separates the outstanding leaders from the average ones

    • Mastering Emotional Intelligence and inspiring the best in your people

    • How to create supportive emotional connection and the resonance effect

    • 6 Powerful techniques to maintain motivation and team engagement

    • 7 key techniques to drive performance through Inclusive Leadership

    • 7 Practical development needs and how they can be addressed in coaching

    • 8 key strategies to be an emotional intelligent leader

    • Coaching importance in fostering emotionally intelligent leaders

    • The link between a constant feedbcak and achievements

    • How to conduct interviews and select self aware people

    • How you can identify, during interviews, employees with a strong self management

    • Key questions for determining your candidates' level of motivation

    • Tips to consider if you want to identify the level of empathy

    • Which of your candidates stand out when it comes about social skills


About This Class


Have you noticed how many efforts are some leaders adding in terms of getting the approval and involvement of their peers?

I am sure you did. Now, have you also asked yourself why other leaders are so naturally enthusing and inspiring?

The answer is very simple and yet it is not always so obvious.

It’s the Emotional Intelligence that makes the difference. Emotional Intelligence can influence interpersonal trust, enthusiasm and motivation in organizations.

For leaders, success, irrespective that it’s related to engaging teams or achieving business results depends on how leaders drive emotions in the right direction. If a leader fails when it comes about driving emotions in the right direction, everything else will fail.

The emotional role of a leader is the most important dimension of leadership and allows the leader to be as original as he can be.

The emotional impact created by what a leader does or says makes the difference between leaders. There are leaders fostering optimism, commitment and engagement in front of difficulty and others that can only make people feel hostility and threat.

Great leadership moves us, because it works through the emotions. When emotional level is engaged, people will feel inspired.

When it comes about social relationship, emotional intelligence is what enables leaders to inspire others for bringing out creative innovations, for fostering lasting customer relationships and for driving business results.

Irrespective of their leadership styles, resonant leaders excel not just through skills, talents and experience but also by connecting with others, using Emotional Intelligence competencies such as empathy and self-awareness.





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Hello, I'm Nicole.

12 years of proven expertise in start-ups, project management, training, sales as well as operational support activities like training and people development programs in various industries: BPO, Automotive, IT.

My key drivers for building professional and long duration relationships are the excellent communication and interpersonal skills combined with business acumen, analytical and creative thinking, strong will and determination. These are as well the skil...

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