Jennifer Porter, Harvard Business Review, July 5, 2016

Senseless acts of violence affect all of us. Mass shootings, suicide bombers, assassinations — the emotions such events bring up are strong, even if our personal connection to the events is not. Feelings of sadness, pain, confusion, and anger don’t get checked at the office door. If you’re leading a team or an organization, how can you help manage the emotional culture of the people you’re responsible for? This article’s author shares some valuable lessons for leaders in communities facing exceptionally difficult events. […read more]