"We need to put more emphasis on people who can lead a team, who can sell a vision, who can lead a country, inspire a nation".
May dramatically ended her courtship of her own Conservative Party's holdouts and resistant Northern Irish allies by turning to the main opposition Labour Party this week.
"If the United Kingdom is in a position to approve the withdrawal agreement with a sustainable majority by 12 April, the European Union should be prepared to accept a delay until 22 May", Juncker said.
They also supported Hilary Benn's amendment to allow more indicative votes on Brexit on Monday.
Mrs May said: "I think members of the public expect us to reach out and find a way through this".
She added: "I realise some of you will be concerned about the government discussing the way forward with the Opposition".
"There is going to be pain on both sides".
After nearly two years of negotiations, Britain and the European Union struck a divorce deal in November, laying out the terms of the departure from the bloc and giving a rough outline of future relations.
In a third reading, the House of Commons voted by 313 votes to 312 late on Wednesday in favour of forcing Prime Minister Theresa May to seek an extension of the current Brexit date of April 12.
The PM wrote to all Conservative MPs on Wednesday morning explaining her decision, blaming the failure of the Democratic Unionist party and leave-supporting backbenchers to support her deal.
Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen said "a hard Brexit is increasingly possible".
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"Let there be no doubt whatsoever a no-deal scenario would be extremely costly and disruptive", he said in Brussels.
Cooper introduced legislation, which Parliament is set to consider, this week, that would compel May to seek to extend the Brexit process beyond April 12 in order to prevent a no-deal departure. Its passage through the House of Lords on Thursday - where there is a clear pro-EU majority - is likely to be less fraught than in the Commons, where Brexiteers reacted with anger at its narrow passage. Conservative Brexiteer Peter Bone said it "was a total farce and it was an abuse of Parliament". The bill - which May herself opposed - won by a single vote and will now move to Parliament's upper chamber to complete its progress Thursday.
To avoid an abrupt no-deal Brexit on April 12, May must present a summit of European Union leaders next Wednesday with a plausible strategy to win approval in parliament for the Withdrawal Agreement that she negotiated with Brussels.
Bloc leaders have warned they will not delay indefinitely but with time now running perilously short European Union council president Donald Tusk cautiously welcomed May's statement.
The only way May will get Labour support is if she embraces a softer form of Brexit than the one she has described for nearly three years since Britain voted to leave the EU.
British police are warning politicians to tone down their Brexit rhetoric amid concerns about the volatile public mood as the future of Brexit is debated.
Martin Hewitt, chairman of the National Police Chiefs' Council, said the mood was "incredibly febrile".
Demanding the shadow cabinet hold a vote on the issue, shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said not backing a confirmatory vote would be a "breach" of the policy agreed by party members at its last conference.
The crisis has produced a week of high - and sometimes surreal - drama in Parliament.
Johnson resigned the May cabinet in protest over her handling of Brexit.
This eventually failed after the vote resulted in a tie, leading to the Speaker John Bercow casting the decisive vote against it in line with parliamentary precedence.