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You can expect to read practical and provocative information and get resources and tips from a workplace expert on how to assess, select, coach and retain emotionally intelligent people to achieve breakthrough business results.

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Leaders in charge of developing business strategies set priorities based on their personality type and innate drives. Selecting future leaders through assessment of leadership personality can help determine the right fit.

Given the financial and societal impact of global business, there’s an urgent need to understand leaders’ personalities. If we fail to appreciate how personality influences strategic decisions, we risk selecting leaders who are incapable of setti...

The key aspect to flow is control: in the flow-like state, we exercise control over the contents of our consciousness rather than allowing ourselves to be passively determined by external forces.

It’s easy to see why concentrating on leadership strengths is popular. It’s more enjoyable to home in on innate strengths and avoid discussing weaknesses. But when strengths-oriented programs emphasize a single leadership area, they’re often ov...

Goldilocks Leadership

on Dec 14, 2016

How can you manage people “just right” and take full advantage of your natural talents, without going too far? Ask yourself whether you privately pride yourself on being superior to other leaders in any way. This is precisely the attribute you’...

Setting goals aligned with the organization’s values and mission can help employees achieve their highest potential, flourish at work, experience elevating energy and achieve levels of effectiveness difficult to attain otherwise. Focus is the key t...

In the last decade, leadership-development experts have enthusiastically pushed to improve their clients’ strengths instead of addressing their weaknesses. This approach may have some success in growing individuals’ effectiveness, but it’s fund...

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