[BOOKS] ✯ Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence Author Daniel Goleman – Writerscompany.co.uk

Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence National Bestseller Now Available In PaperbackDrawing From Decades Of Research Within World Class Organizations, The Authors Show That Great Leaders 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

10 thoughts on “Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence

  1. says:

    This book was helpful to me, it had good advice and helped me clarify some thoughts and feelings I ve been having around leadership that I had not previously been able to articulate Goleman argues that one of the most important jobs of a leader is to regulate the emot

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    There are many books on the market these days describing leadership skills, but I thought this one had some particularly good insights It places less emphasis on values like intelligence, vision, and strategy andon emotional intelligence enthusiasm, empathy, relationship manage

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    Primal Leadership Realizing the Power of Emotional Intelligence the book s subject is truly interesting and worth exploring However, once you read the major part of it, there s almost nothing new just the same repeated idea that emotional intelligence is important Thus the book could be

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    Originally published in 2002, it is easy for me to think there isn t a lot that is new The reason being is that much of what this book contains formed the foundation for so much subsequent discussion, writing and thought in leadership and emotional intelligence The book works through several secti

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    Class assignment I created a blog for this book at that contains videos form the authors and other reviews about this book According to the book PRIMAL LEADERSHIP REALIZING THE POWER OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE by Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, and Annie McKee, it takes emotional intelligence EI to be an e

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    Some powerful and groundbreaking ideas, ruined by uninspired writing, and buried under a mountain of weak examples and pointless study summaries.It is ironic that a book about Emotional Intelligence was written with so little Emotional Intelligence the result is as interesting as reading my grocery list Sadly, an ext

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    I read this book on the recommendation of a mentor As a church leader, I realize I m just dipping my toe into the vast sea of business leadership literature with this book Still, the relevance of this book for congregational leadership is immediately obvious The authors propose that emotions matter enormously for leadership, a

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    I am of two minds with this book On the one hand, there are some useful leadership frameworks and exercises, specifically 1 The 4 domains of EI leadership and 18 competencies2 The 6 styles of leadership and when to use them 3 5 Discoveries in learning EI leadership4 Basically all of chapter 7 imagining your ideal self and associated fre

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    I DIDN T FINISH THIS.I got through about 36 40% and had to stop My god is it redundant I probably absorbed a little, but nothing I couldn t have learned in a 1 5 page summary of the book and I took extensive notes In the end the absolutely terrible writing distracted me far too much from any real learning.This book will likely be better for peopl

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    The author talks about the importance of emotional intelligence in different leadership positions It gives good examples and study cases why having high EI is good for the general performance and well being of the teams he is part of A very good thing that I learned from the book is the fact that you need to switch different leadership styles depending on

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