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While the emotional work you do as a leader may go unrecognised and undervalued, it is more vital than ever in today’s work world. This labor is often a selfless and prosocial act, allowing you to care for and positively impact others even when you’re not feeling it. However, it should not come at your personal expense.

In this piece, the author offers four techniques to try the next time your feelings and emotional expectations are discordant, so that you can preserve your health and ensure your high performance over time.


Olivia Mitchell