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5 Reasons You Should Smile More as a Leader

Smiling is important for leadership

Smiling is important for leadership
  • It helps others relax. A smile communicates that you are safe and can be trusted.
  • It draws people to you. If you want others to follow you, you can start by smiling more.
  • It enables you to connect.Even if you don’t speak the same language, a smile is universally appreciated.
  • It creates positive culture. Smiles communicate that your organization is a happy place to work.
  • It elevates your mood. Smiling has numerous physical and psychological benefits, including relieving stress, lowering your blood pressure, and boosting your immune system.

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