How to work through your doubts

10/21/2013 | Harvard Business Review

Even the most successful leaders have their fair share of doubts, write Susan David and Christina Congleton of Evidence Based Psychology. Rather than trying to eliminate these negative feelings, it's important to manage them effectively. This strategy, known as "emotional agility," has the potential to "help people alleviate stress, reduce errors, become more innovative, and improve job performance," they write.

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