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Have you ever been trapped in an emotion and had difficulty getting out of that space?  Or have you felt stuck in relationships because negative feelings pop up, that hinder you from really enjoying them? Maybe you have led a meeting in a work setting and noticed how easily fear or anger spreads in a group when you are about to set on a journey of change? Or is parenting overwhelming because you notice your child often gets stuck in one emotion, and you don’t know how to help them? If you’re answer to any of these questions is yes, read on. 

In this book you get to know the function of the Basic emotions and understand that you need to be in touch with all of them not to get an excess of another. You get to know Angry Andy, Procrastinating Peter, Fear- and Shamefilled AnneFrid, Tired Toby and a few more examples of leaders or clients of the Author who have been stuck in an emotion and needed help to balance them. When you find a balance in your emotions you will enjoy a lot of Joy and Curiosity in your everyday life. 

Video of the book-release. The video is in Swedish. 

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Have you ever been trapped in an emotion and had difficulty get­ting out of that space? Maybe you have led a meeting in a work setting and noticed how easily fear or anger spreads in a group when you are about to set off on a journey of change? Perhaps someone you are leading is difficult to understand for you, be­cause they get stuck in an emotion you yourself never have prob­lems with. Maybe you notice that you have difficulty feeling at peace because many responsibilities and opinions from different directions make you feel torn. If your answer is yes to any of these questions, you do good in exploring the Swedish leadership style. 

In this book you get to know the functions of the basic emotions. You will learn that they all have an important role to play for us to be able to be peaceful leaders and create an atmosphere where innova­tion grows around us. You’ll get to know Angry Andy and Shame­filled Sarah, two leaders who had lack of, and excess of, different emotions that were hindering their leadership before they learned to own their emotions. By owning your emotions you can reach the goal: a lot of inviting joy and creative curiosity in your work-life.