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Emotional Intelligence Business Case: Leadership Predictor and a Pathway to Success

“A leader’s intelligence has to have a strong emotional component. He/she has to have high levels of self-awareness, maturity and self-control. He/she must be able to withstand the heat, handle setbacks and when those lucky moments arise, enjoy success with equal part of joy and humility. No doubt emotional intelligence is more rare than book…

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Emotional Intelligence: A Key Determinant of Leadership Success

In a recent Chronicle of Education article, the concept of “How Colleges Prepare (or Don’t Prepare) Their Leaders Is Holding Back Innovation” was examined.  They took a look at higher education leaders, their ability embrace innovation, and specifically, their ability to adapt and  look inward. “Research shows that emotional intelligence is a key determinant of leadership…

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Millennials: Inspirational Leadership & Experience Hopping

Millennials in Charge Gen Yers will soon be the dominant age group in the workplace. This will have profound implications for all companies, especially the nation’s largest employers. Inspirational Leadership & Experience Hopping Dell’s research shows: “That employees who participate in ERGs have a much better attitude and belief about their ability to be successful…

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What We Are Reading: “Is the Life You’re Living Worth the Price You’re Paying to Live It?”

This article on HBR.com is a good life/work balance discussion starter, as many of us have been in tough position at one time or another, self-imposed or otherwise. “We’re experiencing the same phenomenon. Facing ever more demand, complexity and uncertainty, our initial response is to push ourselves harder and more relentlessly, without taking account of…

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