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What Role Emotions Play in Leadership?

What Role Do Emotions Play in Leadership? More than you might think!

Guest article, The Kevin Eikenberry Group blog (Aug. 2022) Conventional wisdom says emotions have no place in business or leadership. This is a fallacy. Emotion-based leadership skills empower you as an emerging leader to grow your influence and increase your impact. While there is no consensus on a single definition...

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Harness the Amazing Power of Emotions for Leading Change

Conventional wisdom says emotions have no place in business or leadership. In truth, emotion-based leadership skills empower you as a leader to grow your influence and increase your impact. Although opinions vary widely on a clear definition for emotions, most people would agree that emotions affect our behavior. To...

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Re-engage: How to Reverse the “Great Resignation” (video)

Companies are struggling to stop and change course from this so-called “Great Resignation.”

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Reiner's new book ASPIRE now available on amazon.com

ASPIRE

In my new book, ASPIRE: Seven Essential Emotions for Leading Positive Change, No Matter Where You Are, I show readers how to use the power of emotions to influence people and make their vision a reality.

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Interview with Reiner Lomb posted online at Forbes…

I was recently interviewed about my new book, The Boomerang Approach at the NextAvenue blog. The interview was also posted online at Forbes magazine – you can find it here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/nextavenue/2014/12/19/for-a-career-switch-try-the-boomerang-approach/ If you would like to order The Boomerang Approach through Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0615979769/ And if you would like more information about the book, please...

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Engaging Baby Boomer Employees to Address Your Coming Labor Shortage

A Baby Boomer recently explained to me, “I would like to work on issues I truly care about but the golden handcuffs keep me from leaving my company.” Many professionals in that age group (i.e. “Baby Boomers” born between 1946 and 1964) whom I have talked to would like...

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