Is there a formula for building emotionally thriving organizations?
I knew I was in for a treat when at 9am Rasmus Bagger passionately exclaimed, to a room of more than a thousand corporate executives, that emotions matter. In the realm of modern-day leadership, a profound shift is underway. For too long, our focus on efficiency and productivity has led us astray, disconnecting us from our core human values. We've witnessed the rise of leaders defined by technical & financial capabilities or exclusive circles. However, at this year's Presidents Summit, I found hope in the resurgence of soft power. This new narrative propels emotional intelligence, motivation, mindfulness, human intelligence, and intuition to the forefront. However, the summit's ideas often revolved around quick fixes and formulas promising instant results. But authentic leadership grounded in humanity requires more than just acknowledgment; it necessitates responsibility for the products we offer, our colleagues, and the planet we inhabit. Embracing this responsibility is what will enable us to forge a future of positive change.