Great leaders inspire us. They ignite the best version of ourselves. Most importantly, they pull our best work out of us, improving our self-worth. They make us feel that we are a part of what's important, and they make us feel important. Emotional Intelligence is multi dimensional. The basic competencies include:
* Emotional Self-awareness - Leaders with high self-awareness are attuned to their inner signals, recognizing how their feelings and moods affect them and those th
My recent post, Why Your Boss Lacks Emotional Intelligence, really struck a nerve here on Forbes. Many of the messages I received came from people who had experienced first hand what our data set shows—emotional intelligence diminishes as you move up the corporate ladder. We analyzed the score profiles of more [...]
British politician, Andrew Mitchell is clearly a highly intelligent man. He’s well-educated, good at his job and was once tipped for the political heights. But his behaviour that came to light as a result…
When emotional intelligence first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time. This anomaly threw a massive wrench into what many people had always assumed was the sole source of [...]
This article was co-authored by Brent Gleeson and Dyan Crace, Marketing Manager at Internet Marketing Inc. “There are no extraordinary men… just extraordinary circumstances that ordinary men are forced to deal with.” – William (Bill) Halsey, Jr. The ability to be perceptively in tune with yourself and your emotions, as well as having [...]
Consider the project manager who takes obsessive precautions to ensure her team doesn’t make any mistakes. At a meeting, she details tasks for each team member to accomplish the following week, and then decides to take care of half of them herself without telling a soul. Why would a manager create [...]
Sometimes what we say doesn't go over very well, regardless of our intent. There's a difference between what we mean when we say something and how it comes across to other people. Learning that difference is an important aspect of becoming emotionally intelligent.
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