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What Great Leaders Know That Good Leaders Don’t about Self-Regulation

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The Silent Power Behind Emotional Intelligence. “The emotional brain responds to an event more quickly than the thinking brain.” ” Daniel Goleman. Our ability to exercise self-regulation drives forward our ability for clear judgment.

How to Boost Your (and Others’) Emotional Intelligence

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Among the various core ingredients of talent and career success, few personal qualities have received more attention in the past decade than emotional intelligence (EQ), the ability to identify and manage your own and others’ emotions. Emotional Intelligence. 3 Ways to Better Understand Your Emotions. But what can those with lower scores do to improve their intrapersonal and interpersonal skills?

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Why Young Bankers, Lawyers, and Consultants Need Emotional Intelligence

Harvard Business Review

Early in your career — whether it’s in banking, law, consulting or accounting — you will discover that all of your colleagues are as smart and hard working as you. You’ll learn that the key to being successful must be something else. Over my 40-year banking career, I’ve learned that the critical distinguishing factor for advancing in the professional services is emotional intelligence (EQ). How talent management is changing.

How to Inspire Others | Aspire-CS

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to infuse (breath, life, etc.) to breathe into or upon. It truly provides us with a pathway for imagining what it means to be an inspirational leader. When we inspire, we breathe into ourselves in order to breathe upon others and give them life. How can I get better at it?

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How to Get Some Free Time

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She said she was leading in a way that assured that her staff can proceed without her, thus creating space for her to do some of the more important things that she really wanted to do, rather than those that she needed to do. How did she do it?

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How to Be a Great Mentor Without All the Fuss | Aspire-CS

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It’s a way of “giving back&# and can also be a way to learn some new things yourself. Make sure you describe your role clearly in order to avoid misunderstandings. if you won’t be inviting the mentee to your home for dinner to meet the family, for example).

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3 Critical Skills of Effective Leaders.

Rich Gee Group

In order to succeed, leaders must be fully engaged with the individuals who make up their organization. This means an array of capabilities like coaching, mentoring and how to give constructive feedback which reinforces the behavior and motivation of your peak performers.

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How to Work for a Boss Who Lacks Self-Awareness

Harvard Business Review

Just as people differ in height, musical talent, or sense of humor, there are also pretty consistent differences in people’s ability to understand how others see them. Such differences are usually attributed to their self-awareness, though a more appropriate name for this ability would be other- awareness: awareness of how our actions affect — and are therefore evaluated by — other people. Emotional Intelligence.

People Reading

Coaching Tip

When interacting with people, we need the skills to comprehend other people''s frames of reference , how they like to make decisions, how they prefer to respond to challenges, the pace of their environments, and the way they will respond to rules set by others.

To Make a Change at Work, Tell Yourself a Different Story

Harvard Business Review

We long to be true to ourselves and to act in a way that’s consistent with what we believe and value. We want to live and work authentically. This quest for coherence is hardwired; psychologists often refer to human beings as “ meaning-making machines.”

Featured Instigator: Ann Van Eron

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She is the author or co-author of several books including her latest, Oasis Conversations: Leading With an Open Mindset to Maximize Potential. She then worked with a Fortune 50 company and learned how to manage and lead areas, eventually becoming a corporate officer.

Why do smart people do dumb things?

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A growing body of evidence shows that the ability to be smarter with ones feelings is tied to improved leadership, effectiveness, relationships, decision-making health and well-being; all of which help higher emotional intelligence (EQ) leaders create greater economic and societal value. “EQ

Thought-full Thursday:Inner Compass

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Your comments and answers to the questions are most welcome! “It is exhilarating to know that I have an inner compass and that I can be led by its sense of direction. This is one crucial meaning of integrity – to act in accord with my inner compass.

Thought-full Thursday: Noble Aspirations

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Leaders have to express in an authentic way that there is a future for our nation and that you have a part in developing that future with me”. How will you invite others to have a part in developing that future with you?

Thoughtful Thursday: Something Meaningful

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Your comments and answers to the questions are most welcome! And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale What’s stopping you from doing the somethings you need to do? Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly.

Thought-full Thursday: The Inspiration of Questions

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Albert Einstein; the question that led to the theory of relativity. Watson and Crick; the question that led to the discovery of the double helix. Johnson & Johnson leaders; the question that helped them to successfully deal with the Tylenol crisis in the 1980’s.

Five Ways to Disarm an Angry Mob | Aspire-CS

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» Five Ways to Disarm an Angry Mob August 1st, 2010 | Author: Mary Jo Asmus Many years ago, as an inexperienced young woman working in corporate benefits, I did not have the skills to give a group of angry employees a presentation on a life insurance benefit that was changing.

Remembering Sacred Commitments

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» Remembering Sacred Commitments January 17th, 2011 | Author: Mary Jo Asmus I sat transfixed as a group of elected leaders – half of whom were newly elected – discussed how they would work with each other and the local government administration. These were moments that will need to be remembered as they decide on policies and how to spend the public’s money that has been entrusted to them. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.

October Leadership Development Carnival: Autumn Fun Edition

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Steve Roesler at All Things Workplace plays defense to those who think there isn’t a place for emotions in the workplace with Emotions, Work and Engaged Employees. Gayathri Moosad picks 20 Essential Leadership Skills for us to consider.

Two Things to Remember as You Change the World

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Right now you’re on a roll – over the last few years, you’ve made huge impact on your company, your organization, and/or your community – maybe even the world (it’s becoming easier to do so with the internet). I’d like to register just a word or two of caution to you when things get tough. The second is to keep going when the going gets tough. You also might want to reflect on the changes you need to make in order to speed things up.

From predictability to potential

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Our organizational experience, modeled during the machine age with its’ high level of predictability, has led us to believe that people are predictable, too. She famously said “Don’t try to fix the students, we must fix ourselves first.

Lost and Found: Great Fullness

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Some of my own losses and founds that come to mind: Lost: a corporate job. Lost: two lovely daughters to marriage. What have you lost which helped you to find great fullness? Happy Thanksgiving everyone, and great fullness to you! Happy Thanksgiving to you too.

The Asking Dilemma

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Inquiry (or more appropriately, asking questions to coach others to come up with their own solutions) is a central skill set for helping others to develop. I work almost exclusively with mid- to upper- management in organizations. What have you got to lose?

Thought-full Thursday: The Space Where Freedom Resides

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» Thought-full Thursday: The Space Where Freedom Resides September 16th, 2010 | Author: Mary Jo Asmus Every Thursday, we provide you with a thoughtful way to coach yourself – something all leaders need to do. Your comments and answers to the questions are most welcome!

The Day 360?s Are Obsolete

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Some may call it a fantasy, but I like to think of it as a real possibility. My dream becomes full reality before I leave this earth (I never claimed not to be ambitious!) when I see that we no longer need to use 360’s in our organizations because: There are no toxic managers.

Stop Trying to Make Others Happy | Aspire-CS

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Hang in there with me on this one, I think you might agree with what I have to say. When you try to make others happy, you – well – try. And when you don’t get it right, you get frustrated and may even think there is something wrong with the person you are trying to please.

Seeing the “And” in Others

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Liz was not someone considered to have “leadership potential” before John took over the division they worked in. With John’s help, Liz was able to change the behaviors that were holding her back and she has now had a well deserved and significant promotion in another part of the organization.

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Thought-full Thursday: Respect

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Your comments and answers to the questions are most welcome! Max Depree What are you doing to promote respect in your organization? What actions do you take to demonstrate this? Patrick: October 2, 2010 at 7:02 pm What are you doing to promote respect in your organization?

Have You Trained Your Replacement?

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With a lot of wisdom and good things to say about leadership – hop over to his blog and be sure to subscribe. None of us likes to think about being replaced in our jobs. I submit that the best leaders out there are actively seeking someone to replace them. Because organizations change, new opportunities present themselves, and people need chances to grow. They might have a life event that leads them to leave the company.

Great Leadership: a Lot of This and That

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“ In this well crafted piece, he comes to the conclusion that it is a blend of a lot of things. There isn’t a magic button to push that determines what behavior to switch on at what time. Collaboration is necessary to get buy in and cooperation.

In Praise of Leaders Who Give Meaning to Labor

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Workforce leaders have a central role in helping to define how people feel about their work. Most leaders are unaware of the intensity of their ability to shape the climate of the workplace and to influence the attitudes of the people who work there.

Resistance and Change – A Personal Experience | Aspire-CS

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My friend Becky Robinson of LeaderTalk suggested I write about a recent experience; she was insightful to do so since I found that it has great relevancy to the struggle all leaders have with taking risks and questioning their beliefs in order to learn new skills.

Help Them to Think

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However, I’ve come to appreciate that when a leader becomes too helpful, his strength in being supportive of others can become a weakness. His neck and shoulders may be physically sore from the burden he carries; he’s worn out and doesn’t see how he can continue at this pace. When I ask what he can stop doing, give away, or prioritize to the bottom of his to-do list, he says, “nothing”. This manager thinks a bit and then tells them what they can do to fix the problem.

What To Do With Blind Spots

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But her feedback revealed to me that I sometimes scare people away with my intensity. to internalize your blind spots. Although they are often aware of their strengths and weaknesses, it isn’t unusual for someone to be surprised by something new they discover in the feedback process. They are often confused about what to do with the feedback on blind spots that they receive, particularly if it doesn’t seem immediately actionable.

Why Your Peers Can't Stand Working With You | Aspire-CS

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Well, it’s a little risky to generalize, but we can draw some conclusions by looking at some of the trends in the database I have for the 360 degree leadership survey that’s based on my book, The Next Level. Takes time to get to know his/her peers and their interests.

Feedback: The Whole Truth (Almost)

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They want to know how they are doing in the eyes of their stakeholders, and appreciate honest suggestions on what and how they can improve. I encourage my clients to ask for feedback from others. Instead of “How am I doing?” How is he/she going to react?

Who Can Help?

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October 17th, 2010 | Author: Mary Jo Asmus One of my clients, a mid-level leader in a large organization, is working to get better at leadership by setting some stretch goals. He has also asked a senior executive to be a mentor to him. That is essential to team work.

What It Takes to Become a Great Product Manager

Harvard Business Review

” The role of a Product Manager (PM) is often referred to as the “CEO of the Product.” As an aspiring PM, there are three primary considerations when evaluating the role: Core Competencies , Emotional Intelligence (EQ), and Company Fit. Translating business-to-technical requirements, and vice versa. Emotional Intelligence (EQ). These PMs also know when to take a breath and step away if needed, to regroup.

New Books from HBR Press for August

Harvard Business Review

Ravi Venkatesan, the former Chairman of Microsoft India, offers inside advice on how your firm can overcome the unique challenges of the Indian market. Keeping Up with the Quants: Your Guide to Understanding and Using Analytics. Welcome to the age of data. As a successful manager today, you must be able to make sense of all this information. You need to be conversant with analytical terminology and methods and able to work with quantitative information.

True North Groups: A Conversation With Bill George

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billion to $60 billion during his tenure. Upon his retirement in 2002, Bill invented a new life and purpose (by making little bets, I might add shamelessly) to write and to teach. One of the areas where I think Bill has unique insight has to do with how leaders and entrepreneurs can build support structures. To form a True North Group, gather together a small group of people who are compatible and respectful of each other.