Daniel Goleman explains what the optimum level of stress (good stress) is in order to reach high performance. He also outlines how leaders can, and perhaps should, lead their people back to optimum level of stress by relying on emotional inteligence competencies.
Old school leaders limit their language to profit, quotas and market share. While these quantitative metrics are critical, they dont ignite emotional engagement. They are internally focused on what the company wants to accomplish.
Ever wonder why people do what they do? This course offers some answers based on the latest research from social psychology.
Pavel Barta's insight:
Scott Plous - About the CourseEach of us is dealt a different hand in life, but we all face similar questions when it comes to human behavior: What leads us to like one person and dislike another? How do conflicts and prejudices develop, and how can they be reduced? Can psychological research help protect the environment, and if so, how? This course offers an introduction to classic and contemporary social psychology, covering topics such as decision making, persuasion, group behavior, personal attraction, and factors that promote health and well-being.
Our focus will be on surprising, entertaining, and intriguing research findings that are easy to apply in daily life. As part of this focus, several homework assignments will encourage you to experiment with your life, observe the results, and analyze what took place. The course will also draw from the web sites of Social Psychology Network, the world's largest online community devoted to social psychology. I hope you'll join me for this course, have fun, and learn some useful information that enriches your life!