The best bosses don't hide their emotions

08/16/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Good leaders are in touch with their emotions, and aren't afraid to show them from time to time, writes Doug Sundheim. Emotional energy can inspire workers to tackle tough goals, just as appropriately expressed anger can shock workers into mending their ways. "Let your emotions out. Let people in. Both are critical to effective leadership," Sundheim advises.

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