Resonant Leadership

Resonant leadership is a term coined by Daniel Goleman. According to Goleman, it is the type of leadership that goes according to the feelings of the group and redirects them in an emotionally positive direction, seeking to amplify the positive impact of leadership on the team.

Resonance is the ability to synchronize with other people; thus, managers with resonant leadership work with emotional intelligence to help teams achieve their goals.
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Corporate Values: the key to good leadership
Corporate Values: the key to good leadership The more digital our environment is, the more we need the so-called soft skills. We are talking about the leadership of the future: leadership based on corporate values so that the entire team can join hands and work towards the corporate mission.
8 tips to be a great Leader
8 tips to be a great Leader

One of the best-kept secrets of Human Resources management is that it's actually the employees who choose to work with their boss, not the other way around. If an employee isn't motivated, they won't be truly productive. And who is responsible for supporting people so that a team works harmoniously?