However, it takes much courage, much strength to be so. Another aspect is that leaders have the ability to capture and interpret numerical data (numeric course too), and very little quantitative qualitative reading keys and clues and unexpressed feelings. People such as Richard LeFrak would likely agree. They can assess whether the relationships work or not. Detect subtle information and silences. But being a sensor can also create problems. Among them the “project” their thoughts and thus, the possibility of distorting the truth.

As an example a little rough, an employee notices that his boss is distracted and can interpret his superior did not take into account because it will fire him. It is necessary that what is perceived through the sensors in the real frame. Good leaders are well aware that they have to worry about their employees, and perhaps reminds us Herreros blends empathy with sympathy. Be empathetic not mean agreement but rather understanding what is said from where it says: “I understand what you say and from what position or circumstances you do.” Empathy adult is to give people what they need, not what they want.