Emotional leadership : a phenomenological examination of emotions for Leadership Academy alumni
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The act of leadership impacts leaders. With the increased acceptance of emotion, specifically emotional intelligence, in the workplace leaders interact and encounter more emotions than ever before. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to better understand how leaders, who have completed a State Leadership Academy, describe and interpret their emotion as leaders in their professional role. The emotional experiences of ten (10) Academy alumni were explored. Data were collected through individual in-depth, open ended interviews. Data were analyzed by using the major phenomenological ...
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