20 episodes

Emotional Leadership brings leaders the tools they need to move beyond being good managers to being exceptional leaders, using passion, cognitive psychology, feedback, and thought work. Healthier emotional lives means stronger leadership, better teams, and bigger results.

Emotional Leadership Emily Leathers

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Emotional Leadership brings leaders the tools they need to move beyond being good managers to being exceptional leaders, using passion, cognitive psychology, feedback, and thought work. Healthier emotional lives means stronger leadership, better teams, and bigger results.

    The Feedback Paradox

    The Feedback Paradox

    Intellectually most of us want lots of constructive feedback. But we also often avoid asking for it and can become emotionally distraught when we believe we’ve received some. Why do so many of us experience this paradox? In this episode we’re going to talk about the Feedback Paradox, one of the ways the messages you’ve been socialized with might be impacting how you think about receiving feedback.
    Get the full shownotes and this episode's Podcast Guide at https://exceptional.vision/podcast/19.
     

    • 32 min
    Curating Filters

    Curating Filters

    “How was I not aware of that…” Today we’re talking about why we miss important opportunities to live our values: Noticing and addressing problematic behaviour in our friend groups, putting our money into businesses that align with our values, and identifying microaggressions and racist policies. I’ll show you why these filters are missing and how to create the ones that are important to you.
    Get the full shownotes and this episode's Podcast Guide at https://exceptional.vision/podcast/18.

    • 30 min
    Exploring in the Moment

    Exploring in the Moment

    Our brains’ desire to keep us safe is our biggest challenge in leading anti-racism initiatives at work and in the world around us. In this episode you’re going to learn two key tactics for defeating that over-active safety mechanism: creating a vision for who you want to be and programming your brain on the fly. 
    Get the full shownotes and this episode's Podcast Guide at https://exceptional.vision/podcast/17.

    • 52 min
    Suggestions for Where to Start

    Suggestions for Where to Start

    Thriving teams do anti-racist work. Good managers aim to create an environment where every member of our team can thrive. But as an industry we’ve spent too long pretending that our Black team members can thrive in the thoughtlessly-racist default culture of American companies. It’s time to change that, and as leaders it’s our responsibility to drive this change within our companies. Let’s get started together.

    Get the full shownotes and this episode's Podcast Guide at https://exceptional.vision/podcast/16.

    • 12 min
    What Is a Feeling?

    What Is a Feeling?

    The key to reaching your goals is to stop trying to distract yourself from emotional experiences you’re not comfortable with. That’s much, much easier when you know what an emotion is. Join me today to talk about what an emotion is, why you like some and hate others, and how to get more comfortable with all of them so you can stop distracting yourself and get to work on your dreams.

    Get the full shownotes and this episode's Podcast Guide at https://exceptional.vision/podcast/15.

    • 34 min
    The Cost of Beating Up on Yourself

    The Cost of Beating Up on Yourself

    It’s time to stop beating yourself up. Many of us spend our lives being mean to ourselves, justifying it as helpful or realistic. But it actually steals our dreams. Today we’re talking about why we beat up on ourselves, why it holds us back, and how to finally break the habit.
    Get the full shownotes and this episode's Podcast Guide at https://exceptional.vision/podcast/14.

    • 25 min

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Very actionable and relatable. Highly recommend

Absolutely love this podcast! The concepts are so super useful. Emily also gave handy notes to follow up on each episode as well as actionable exercises. Each episode is so well thought out and structured. Can’t wait to apply these concepts to work!

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