Authors build a strong business case that results-driven leaders
must learn how to be emotionally intelligent, and that EI must be
extended throughout the entire organization. New research outlines
6 key categories of leadership styles, and explores how great
leaders can and must develop their own personal repertoire of
styles to effectively lead diverse organizations. Authors take the
reader on a journey through the neuroscience of emotions and how
leaders can tap their own and others' emotions to inspire and
National Bestseller Available in Paperback "Just as
Goleman's first book redefined intelligence, his new treatise
reassesses what makes a great leader."
-Timemagazine "Daniel Goleman has done it again! a fascinating
account of how emotions are at the heart of effective leadership.
This book is a gem."
--David Gergen, Director, Center for Public Leadership, John F.
Kennedy School, Harvard University Drawing from decades of research
within world-class organizations, the authors show that great
leaders-whether CEOs or managers, coaches or politicians-excel not
just through skill and smarts, but by connecting with others using
Emotional Intelligence competencies like empathy and
self-awareness. The best leaders, they show, have
"resonance"-a powerful ability to drive emotions in a
positive direction to get results-and can fluidly interchange among
a variety of leadership styles as the situation demands.
Groundbreaking and timely, this book reveals the new requirements
of successful leadership.
Named one of the Best Leadership Books of All Time - "Inc. Magazine (inc.com)" "Just as Goleman's first book redefined intelligence, his new treatise...reassesses what makes a great leader." - "TIME Magazine". "Daniel Goleman has done it again! ...a fascinating account of how emotions are at the heart of effective leadership. This book is a gem." - David Gergen, Director, Center for Public Leadership, John F. Kennedy School, Harvard University.
Daniel Goleman, geb. 1946 in Stockton, Kalifornien, war Lehrtherapeut an der Harvard University und Herausgeber von 'Psychology Today'. Gegenwärtig ist er der für Psychologie und Neurowissenschaften verantwortliche Redakteur der 'New York Times' und freier Buchautor.
Preface Acknowledgments Part I The Power of Emotional Intelligence 1. Primal Leadership 2. Resonant Leadership 3. The Neuroanatomy of Leadership 4. The Leadership Repertoire 5. The Dissonant Styles: Apply with Caution Part II Making Leaders 6. Becoming a Resonant Leader: The Five Discoveries 7. The Motivation to Change 8. Metamorphosis: Sustaining Leadership Change Part III Building Emotionally Intelligent Organizations 9. The Emotional Reality of Teams 10. Reality and the Ideal Vision: Giving Life to the Organization's Future 11. Creating Sustainable Change Appendix A EI versus IQ: A Technical Note Appendix B Emotional Intelligence: Leadership Competencies Notes Index About the Authors
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