Becoming an emotionally effective leader opens you to seeing yourself and others with fresh perspective and renewed optimism.
Emotional intelligence skill levels differentiate average and exceptional leaders. When listing characteristics of a great leader, common responses include supportive, inspiring, honest, ‘trusted me,’ ‘had my back,’ among others. These defining characteristics are rarely about smarts or vision; great leadership is achieved using emotional intelligence.
- clarify personal perspective on leadership
- explore emotional intelligence as it relates to leadership
- identify areas for emotional intelligence development and activities, focusing on personal EQ-i 2.0 report and their role