Monday, June 19, 2017

Leader with emotional flexibility

Emotion flexibility can be defined broadly as the ability to respond to shifting emotional contexts, including environmental contexts as well as internally elicited emotion with appropriate modulation of emotional responses, encompassing automatic, implicit as well as deliberate processing.
Emotional flexibility requires the ability to distance from an emotional state in order to analyze its appropriateness and consequences, given the current context and to consider and to be able to age in, other emotional responses. The person should have strong and solid self-identity, he can see how others perceive him and he can move into positive action rather than get side tracked by politics or other people’s emotional responses.

 An emotional flexible leader is comfortable with the process of transition, including the grieving, complaining and resistance. Adapting to change requires give-and-take between the leader and those experiencing the change. A leader without emotional flexibility is dismissive of others’ concerns or emotions and shuts down discussion.
Leader with emotional flexibility
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