Emotional Intelligence a
Key to Effective Leadership
Research1 show that
67% of the essential competencies required for
effective leadership today are emotional
competencies. Emotionally intelligent leaders are more likely to
achieve results and are effective in dealing with the complexity
involved in leading change and
arouses emotion and taps into the emotional and spiritual resources of an
organization. It provides the emotional glue that causes organizations and
the people in them to excel.
"Our leaders have done every kind of
strategic planning in the book,
facilitated by the best business school professors and management gurus.
They don't need another
and the last thing they need is another stakeholder analysis! What the
need most is to become emotionally engaged with their own
dreams with each other and with the strategy," said a top
manager of Unilever when the
team began to design a program to help the company become more
enterprising and competitive
5 Basic Elements and
In the classification of things according to the
theory of the Five Basic Elements, Wood is responsible for Anger, Fire for
Joy, Earth for Worry, Metal for Grief, and Water for Fear...
Meditation is the most powerful mind tool ever
developed. Meditation has been scientifically proven to improve
intelligence, memory, alertness, and to integrate
left and right brain functioning.
It has been shown to improve physical,
mental, and emotional health...
Positive Emotions Are the
Key To Life
Positive emotional energy is the key to
are, the better your life will be in every area...
executives smarter than their American counterparts?
TeleSmart conducted a study of the leadership
skills of 3,000 top executives in China. The results reveal a distinct
The study compared the scores of
Chinese executives against those of US executives using TalentSmart's
Emotional Intelligence Appraisal test...