Does leading with the heart translate to the bottom line? Mark C. Crowley joins Kevin to talk about feelings and emotions in the business world. Humans thrive on positive emotions and these emotions play a role in driving behavior. When our team feels valued, appreciated, and psychologically safe, they can do their best work.

Key Points

  • Mark Crowley discusses why to lead from the heart and mind.
  • He shares insight into the resistance to leading differently. 
  • He talks about engagement as a decision of the heart.

Meet Mark

  • Name: Mark C. Crowley
  • His Story: Mark C. Crowley is the author of Lead From The Heart: Transformational Leadership For The 21st Century, which has been revised and updated. Originally published over a decade ago, many business leaders were slow to embrace it and misinterpreted its title as synonymous with soft, weak, and ineffective management. Today, his pioneering philosophy on heart-led leadership has launched a global movement and Forbes Magazine has called his ideas “visionary” and “the blueprint for the future of workplace leadership.”
  • Worth Mentioning: As a global speaker & consultant, Crowley is a regular contributor to Fast Company Magazine & Great Britain's CEO Magazine. His work has been published by USA Today, Huffington Post, Seattle Times, Thrive Global, Reuters, The Great Place To Work Institute, and Gallup. His popular "Lead
    From The Heart" Podcast
    has an audience in 156 countries, and his line-up of luminary guests has included David Rubenstein, Daniel Pink, Marcus Buckingham, Amy C. Edmondson, Safi Bahcall, and Marshall Goldsmith.

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