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Why Are Your People Thinking of Leaving? Understand Your People Better!
To be a successful leader, you have to understand what "makes your people tick," and be able to engage with them emotionally. But how do you use that knowledge to be a better leader?

For a start, if you understand your people, you can adapt your leadership style to meet their needs and the situation you're in. You can learn how to do this with our article, Six Emotional Leadership Styles.

You'll be able to this more successfully if you know how to "read" people, and understand how your own emotions and actions impact others. You can discover more about this in our articles, Empathy at Work and Emotional Intelligence.

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Six Emotional Leadership Styles Six Emotional Leadership Styles

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Find out how to increase your self-awareness, and understand how your feelings and actions impact other people.

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A Final Note

Great leaders generally display high levels of emotional intelligence and empathy, but those are just two of the skills required to understand your people better. It's also important to be a great listener and be able to read body language effectively.

Next week, learn how to be assertive, while maintaining good workplace relationships.

Have a great week!

James sig
James Manktelow (CEO)

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