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WHAT MAKES A LEADER: WHY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE MATTERS (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Daniel Goleman

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What Makes a Leader: Why Emotional Intelligence Matters presents Daniel Goleman’s groundbreaking, highly-sought articles from the Harvard Business Review and other business journals compiled in one volume. Includes explanatory posts from Linkedin and the HBR blog that elucidate the articles.

This often-cited, proven-effective material has become essential reading for leaders, coaches and educators committed to fostering stellar management, increasing performance, and driving innovation.

This collection reflects the evolution of Dr. Goleman’s thinking about emotional intelligence, tracking the latest neuroscientific research on the dynamics of relationships, and the latest data on the impact emotional intelligence has on an organization’s bottom-line.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Reflections on Leadership 7 juillet 2014
Par John Chancellor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
It would be difficult to engage in a serious study of effective leadership without encountering the writings of Daniel Goleman on Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence. When it comes to leadership, IQ and technical skills are threshold requirements. "But when it comes to predicting who amongst those highly intelligent people will emerge as the most productive, emotional intelligence increasingly matters." "When I compared star performers with average ones is senior leadership positions, nearly 90 percent of the competencies that distinguished outstanding performers were attributable to EI factors, rather than purely cognitive abilities."

Mr. Goleman has put together a collection of his previous works about EI and supplemented them with current articles and insights to give an up to date summary of his best thinking on what makes a successful leader.

I have read many of Mr. Goleman's previous books. There are some distinct advantages to What Makes a Leader. For starters, it is short and easy to read. In his earlier books, Mr. Goleman spent a lot of time establishing his theories and providing research. This book is a collection of articles and blog posts and they are much more precise. The writing is tighter and there is more emphasis on the lessons than on the science behind the lessons. So if you are looking for a quick and easy way to get the very best of Daniel Goleman's insights on leadership, this is it.

The book is full of insights on what makes an outstanding leader. Mr. Goleman has identified four components of EI and provides guidance in how to develop those traits. They are: Self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy and social skills. Mr. Goleman provides an in-depth discussion of each component and explains how to improve your EI. He also gives a set of questions that will help you evaluate your EI.

Another valuable lesson is the six types of leadership approach, examining the components of each style, how and when to use each type. The types are: Authoritative, Affiliative, Democratic, Pacesetting, Coaching and Coercive. Most leaders utilize one or more styles, often moving seamless from one style to another.

There is an excellent coaching model in the Chapter titled Primal Leadership. Here Mr. Goleman walks the reader through an exercise to uncover gaps between where you are and where you want to be and provides tools that will help bridge that gap.

He finishes the book by exploring the importance of focus in our work and lives. As Yoda said, "Your focus is your reality." Most people understand the internal and external focus (inner and outer in the book) but Mr. Goleman introduces a third area of focus - other. Those leaders with a high degree of Other focus are quick to read the mood of groups, to grasp the unspoken feelings of others.

This book is an excellent resource for anyone wishing to improve their understanding of leadership. The book is relatively short and a quick read. It is full of actionable concepts. The information brings together some 15 years of the best thinking from Mr. Goleman and a number of other authorities on the subject of leadership.

A very valuable resource.

I was provided a review copy of this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The "green thumb" needed to "grow" leaders 28 juin 2014
Par Robert Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My wife is a gourmet chef and what she demonstrated again last evening is that a great dinner depends almost entirely on three key factors: the raw materials, knowledge (the "what"), and skill (the "how"). I thought about this as I was reading Daniel Goleman's recently published anthology of essays that had originally appeared in various business journals, including HBR.

His key point - and I agree - is that, when it comes to predicting who amongst highly intelligent people will emerge as the most productive, "the best team member or an outstanding leader, emotional intelligence increasingly matters. That's because emotional intelligence skills - how well we manage ourselves and our relationships - are the skills that distinguish outstanding performers. And the higher one goes in an organization, the more EI matters in distinguishing the most effective leaders."

The essays in this volume reflect Goleman's own personal growth and professional development during a remarkably productive 15-year period, from "What Makes a Great Leader" (HBR, November/December 1998) to "The Leader's Triple Focus" (adapted from Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence, published by Harper in 2013). Over time, he has increased his knowledge and strengthened various skills to produce work of increasingly higher quality and value while nourishing various relationships with his associates, clients, and students. I am especially impressed by the more direct and more personal rapport with his reader that Goleman has developed over the years. I am among countless others who felt that, while reading Focus, for example, he had written it specifically for me. Only someone with highly developed emotional intelligence could accomplish that.

There are no head-snapping revelations in this collection of essays written for HBR and other business journals, nor does Goleman make any such claim. For more than two decades, the greatest value of the information, insights, and counsel that he provides is that - together - they help to establish a rock-solid foundation which to develop increasingly stronger management as well as leadership skills. The word "increasingly" indicates my conviction that executive development is a never-ending process, not an ultimate destination.

I am among those who have read all of the books from which these essays have been extracted. (Indeed, in some instances, the book was based on an essay.) I re-read them in this volume and, again, found something I had missed during a previous reading. I now presume to make three suggestions. First, consider this volume as an excellent gift to those who are now preparing for a career in business or who have only recently embarked on one. Also, if you are a supervisor with several direct reports entrusted to your care, consider purchasing a copy for each and thereby nourish their aspirations to lead others.

Finally, check out LEADERSHIP: A MASTER CLASS with Daniel Goleman. This is a set of DVDs based on his conversations with Daniel Siegel, ("The Leader's Mind"), Warren Bennis ("The Socially Intelligent Leader"), Erica Ariel Fox (Getting Beyond Yes"), Caludio Fernández-Aráoz ("Talent Strategy"), Bill George ("Authentic Leadership"), Teresa Amabile ("Create to Innovate"), Howard Gardner ("Today's Leadership Imperative"), and George Kohlrieser ("High Performance Leadership"). A bonus interview of Peter Senge is included.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simple, convincing, useful 6 avril 2015
Par lovevonbeautyvonlove - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
motional intelligence (EI) is a concept that slowly but surely gets into the pragmatic business world and management quarters. EI is defined by the author as the ability to read and understand emotions in ourselves and in others and to handle those feelings effectively.
It is a valuable book to me also for development management involving international teams spread over many countries.
The book explains why IQ is important to get a management job and why to keep it EI takes over.
I experienced the book the way a novice gets to know the taste of different coffees. Each chapter came with different strengths and flavours for many of a leader’s moments of the day. Simple language explains the affective and social neurosciences behind the EI.More on http://lovevonbeautyvonlove.com/2015/04/06/what-makes-a-leader-why-emotional-intellgence-matters-by-daniel-goleman/
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nurses use and need emotional intelligence! 3 mai 2014
Par Barb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is another Goleman book that is very helpful for me. I teach graduate nurses in leadership and emotional intelligence is making inroads into nursing as there is so much change in health care.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Required reading for leadership. 31 mars 2014
Par Gavin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Daniel Goleman's insights, research, and amazing grasp of all things EQ makes this an immensely readable book. This is essential reading for those who are committed to creating emotionally intelligent workplaces. Every leader should read this.
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