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What HR can do to help volatile leaders

Coach leaders with volatile behaviors by helping them realize the problem, identify triggers and develop strategies to control outbursts, writes Kevin Kruse, CEO of LEADx. "Emotional volatility is the opposite of psychological safety, and reporting team members may suffer from disengagement, an unwillingness to share ideas or problems, or to take risks for fear of failure, and of course, are far more likely to resign," he writes.

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