Good leaders don’t ignore the emotions of subordinates or themselves, writes Steve McKee. “A great deal of internal tension, lack of alignment, turf battles and even working at cross-purposes can result from unaddressed emotional undercurrents, and a leader who is blind to these dynamics (willingly or otherwise) won’t be a leader for long,” he writes.

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