Many of our world’s most enduring problems exist because we are in the habit of waiting to address them.
Proactive thinking is the missing link.
When we want to change something that runs deep, all our emotions must be called on to serve. This includes anger and despair at the injustices we see. From intractable societal issues to personal, and work-related challenges, only the employment of all of our emotional power will get the job done.
Right use of power – emotional leadership – can be tricky to master. But without it, we get the abuse of power, and emotional abuse.
The good news? Emotional leadership is learnable, and infectious.