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📒Emotionally Intelligent Leadership ✍ Marcy Levy Shankman
✏Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Book Summary : The only book for students which explores the connection betweenemotional intelligence and effective leadership Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for Studentsis based on a conceptual model that helps students to becomeemotionally intelligent leaders. Research from around the world hasdemonstrated that there is a relationship between emotionalintelligence and leadership. For the second edition ofEmotionally Intelligent Leadership, the authors haveincorporated their revised, data-based emotionally intelligentleadership (EIL) model into an engaging text for high school,undergraduate, and graduate students. The book can be used in conjunction with the EmotionallyIntelligent Leadership for Students Inventory and StudentWorkbook for an immersive and transformative educationalexperience. Students will appreciate the opportunity to learn moreabout themselves as they reflect on their experiences as learnersand their own leadership journeys. The new edition is substantially rewritten based new researchon the EIL model Its clear structure is organized around the three facets ofemotionally intelligent leadership and 19 leadershipcapacities Questions at the end of each chapter encourage purposefulreflection and leadership growth Emotionally Intelligent Leadership is one of a kind,fostering growth and promoting intense self-reflection. Studentsare empowered to enhance the campus experience and develop intoeffective leaders of the future. Emotionally IntelligentLeadership is the perfect introduction to leading withemotional intelligence.
📒The Handbook Of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership ✍ Daniel A. Feldman
✏The handbook of emotionally intelligent leadership Book Summary :
📒Leading With Feeling ✍ Cary Cherniss
✏Leading with Feeling Book Summary : "Tom was a young engineer employed at one of the country's largest steel companies. He had been an outstanding individual performer, and now he was a new manager, leading a team responsible for producing steel for a major automobile company. After just one week on the job, Tom and his team met with over 20 engineers from that other company. It was a rude awakening. I sat in a room with maybe 20 or 25 of their engineers for the annual quality evaluation of suppliers. And I learned for the first time that we were in the bottom of the bottom quartile as a supplier. We had lousy quality, we had lousy invoicing, we had lousy on-time delivery. And this was my first general manager role! I had grown up as an engineer. And how did Tom respond to this unexpected shock? I had a holy shit moment! I had been in the job literally a week. So part of it was, 'Oh my God, what the hell am I going to do?' Also I thought about how my guys had been in the business for a while, and I thought, 'What the hell have you been doing?' And I was thinking, 'I'm going to clean house!' But then... I've learned that you just can't react viscerally every time something comes up because it just scares people away. So Tom listened attentively as the engineers from the auto company presented their litany of complaints. When they finally finished, he stood up and said, "I wouldn't blame you if you fired us as a supplier. But if you give us a chance to fix these problems, I guarantee you that that we will not have this kind of meeting next year." When Tom met with his team the next morning to discuss the situation, he started by just listening to them. They went on for some time complaining about how the company and their previous boss had made it impossible for them to provide good products and service. Rather than disagree with them or join in pointing fingers at others, Tom listened. "I didn't think about it at the time, but that first couple of hours was very cathartic for them. My focus was not on beating anyone up but rather, what can we do to fix this?" The team responded positively to Tom's approach. The next year when they met, the auto company told Tom that they "never saw any business turn around that quickly in one year." As a result, they began giving Tom's company more business, and Tom went on to a distinguished career, eventually becoming one of his company's top executives"--
📒Emotionally Intelligent Leadership For Students ✍ Marcy L. Shankman
✏Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students Book Summary : Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students: Facilitation and Activity Guide uses step-by-step instructions for facilitators and instructors to lead students through modularized activities found in the EILS Student Workbook. It can also be used in conjunction with the book Emotionally Intelligent Leadership and/or as follow-up on students' self-assessment using the EILS Inventory. The modularized, timed activities can be taught in any sequence and customized to fit the needs of a curricular or co-curricular program. The guide offers various options and scenarios for using activities in different settings with different time constraints.
📒The Emotionally Intelligent Leader ✍ Daniel Goleman
✏The Emotionally Intelligent Leader Book Summary : Bestselling author Daniel Goleman first brought the concept of emotional intelligence (EI) to the forefront of business through his articles in Harvard Business Review, establishing EI as an indispensable trait for leaders. The Emotionally Intelligent Leader brings together three of Goleman's bestselling HBR articles, each showing the direct ties between emotional intelligence and measurable business results. In "What Makes a Leader," Goleman shares his research that found that truly effective leaders are distinguished by a high degree of emotional intelligence. Without it, a person can have first-class training, an incisive mind, and an endless supply of good ideas, but he or she still won't be a great leader. In "Leadership That Gets Results," Goleman draws on research involving more than three thousand executives to outline six distinct leadership styles, each one springing from different components of emotional intelligence. In "The Focused Leader," Goleman explains why focus is crucial to great leadership. Focused leaders are in touch with their feelings, can control their impulses, are aware of how others see them, and can weed out distractions and allow their minds to roam widely, free of preconceptions.
📒Emotionally Intelligent Leadership For Students ✍ Marcy Levy Shankman
✏Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students Book Summary : The only instrument that measures behaviors associated withemotionally intelligent leadership The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students:Inventory is an evidence-based assessment of the capacities ofemotionally intelligent leadership (EIL). Research that spans theglobe has demonstrated that there is a relationship betweenemotional intelligence and leadership. For the second edition, theauthors have conducted original studies, yielding a substantialrevision that better reflects the world of emotionally intelligentleadership and will be transformative for students of allbackgrounds. First, this 57-item assessment measures how often studentsengage in behaviors that align with emotionally intelligentleadership. Then, the reflection portion walks students through theprocess of analyzing and understanding their results, giving themconcrete suggestions for how to explore and improve theiremotionally intelligent leadership. The inventory reflects 19 EIL capacities supported by recentstudies A section on guided interpretation allows students to determinenext steps to help them prepare to become effective leaders Guidance for reflection and analysis of the results introduceslearning opportunities that align with unique learning styles Use the inventory along with Emotionally IntelligentLeadership: A Guide for Students and its StudentWorkbook for an immersive and transformative educationalexperience. Students will appreciate the opportunity to learn moreabout themselves as they reflect on their experiences as learnersand their own leadership journeys.
📒Emotional Intelligence For Leadership ✍ Doris Goleman
✏Emotional Intelligence For Leadership Book Summary : If you ever wanted to become a real Leader, or you want to become a better and sharper Leader in your group or team, then keep reading... Being better than the others in your work, sport, politic or life environment doesn't make of you a Leader. You may be the best at what you do, but to be a great Leader this in not enough. People may be inspired from you, but then they do not listen you or follow you when you give them directions. That's because the other members think you don't understand them, or you can't control your anger, you are stressed or you can't motivate them properly... Sounds familiar? If it does, then you need to learn everything about Emotional Intelligence and this book is for you. You will learn every aspect of Emotional Intelligence and this will help you to become a real Leader in every situation. In this book you will discover: What is driving your actions more than everything else and how to control it; The first thing you need to think about when you start your journey to improve your Emotional Intelligence; The 5 areas of yourself you need to improve before thinking about the others; The importance of your mood and reactions; Learn how to connect with people, motivate them and push them towards your goals. And much more... If you want learn more about Emotional Intelligence and how this will certainly help you to become a real Leader in every situation, then scroll to the top of the page and select the buy now button.
📒Academic Librarians As Emotionally Intelligent Leaders ✍ Peter Hernon
✏Academic Librarians as Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Book Summary : Self-Awareness. Altruism. Social Competence. It takes more than brains to make it in today's world!
📒Putting Emotional Intelligence To Work ✍ David Ryback
✏Putting Emotional Intelligence To Work Book Summary : Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work offers a new paradigm of communication for the 21st-century workplace. Beginning with the thoughts of communication pioneer Carl Rogers, this book covers the origins and history of emotional intelligence, why it is essential at this point in the changing marketplace, how to delegate and negotiate more effectively, and how to change yourself to become a more effective player. An EQ (Emotional Quotient) survey helps you determine where you are on the scale of executive intelligence. Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work leaves you with a greater understanding of the new work ethic for 21st-century leadership, its business and personal benefits, how to teach it in a corporate setting, and how to build self-managed teams with the right mix and match of personality types. Dr. Ryback's book brings many resources together to consolidate an approach to business that combines the practical with the thoughtful, emotional, and intuitive. A new paradigm for leadership in the 21st century is demonstrated clearly and incisively. David Ryback, Ph.D. is a management consultant and speaker on personal and organizational success. His experience encompasses business management and government consulting, as well as teaching at Emory University's School of Business. His diverse client base includes the US Department of Defense, government legal offices, financial institutions, manufacturers_both domestic and international, health care organizations, and national retail outlets. In Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work, Dr. Ryback brings many resources together to consolidate an approach to business that combines the practical with the thoughtful, emotional, and intuitive. A new paradigm for leadership in the 21st century is demonstrated clearly and incisively.
📒The Knowledge ✍ Michael Massey
✏The Knowledge Book Summary : To be an effective leader you need to learn and develop the skills and the ability to be emotionally intelligent. You have to acquire 'the knowledge'. This is a book no leader or aspiring leader can afford to be without.