Entries in Emotional Systems (2)

Friday
Sep102010

Leadership Approaches - Emotional Systems, Self-Differentiation

A significant block of leadership literature is based on the principles of Emotional Systems theory. In this theory, leaders must be self-differentiated, i.e. able to remain emotionally connected to anxious people but self-managing enough to remain free of anxious reactivity in themselves. This allows leaders to inspire hope and challenge people to significant levels of growth. This guide features materials by Murray Bowen, Ed Friedman, Pete Steinke, Margaret Marcuson, Israel Galindo, and others.

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Friday
Sep172010

Leadership Approaches - Intuitive Leadership

Leading from Values, Feeling, and Intuition is based on the idea that while most leadership training and skills-building, as well as judgments of leadership competence, emphasize the external, rational competencies of information-gathering, strategic planning, etc., there is another dimension that is just as important. It is the internal world of values, feelings, and intuition.

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