Developing Leadership

Developing Leadership
A leader sets the emotional pace in an organization and with that, steers it towards excellence.

What Leadership Tasks Require Emotional Competence ?

  • Inspire subordinates
  • Motivate themselves and others
  • Nurture Self Esteem in subordinates
  • Develop others
  • Remove Fear
  • Unlock Creativity
  • Listen
  • Display Optimism
  • Trust
  • Provide optimal challenge
  • To Effect change
  • To make conscious decisions
  • To value intuition
  • To set the mood and climate
  • To criticize with intention to cause improvement
  • To reward creatively
  • To be able to take feedback from subordinates

Higher in the Leadership Hierarchy the demand for Emotional Competence rises to 100%

Neuroleadership: Using Neuro Knowledge to Develop Authentic, Resilient Leadership

What leaders can gain from Training in Emotional Competence
  • Equanimity
  • Empathy & Consequential Thinking
  • Intuitiveness And Vision
  • Ego Balance
  • Transcendence
  • Authentic Presence
  • Tolerance
  • Communicating With Resonance
  • Generosity
  • Compassion
  • Continuous Growth – Personal And Spiritual
  • Courage With Conviction
  • Balanced Decision Making
When Leadership and Leadership Development is approached with background knowledge of the neurological substrate upon which it is based, the term ‘Neuroleadership’ comes into being. The term was coined by David Rock in a publication in 2011 in the Journal Strategy and Business. Dr Anjana Sen uses the the Neuroleadership approach in Leadership Development, Executive Coaching and Counselling.