Korn Ferry: How Emotional Intelligence Can Help Leaders Collaborate

In this piece published by Korn Ferry from regular contributor, Daniel Goleman, Goleman discusses the incorrect stereotype that leaders are solitary roles. Citing sharing responsibility on certain projects, working with tasks forces, and working with multiple organizations or communities, Goleman points out that leadership positions are often very collaborative. In this type of working environment, emotional intelligence can be imperative to effectively leading such projects.

Goleman discusses the following six emotional intelligence competencies, and how strength in many of these areas will create a more successful collaborative leader:

  • Emotional Self-Awareness
  • Emotional Self-Control
  • Adaptability
  • Empathy
  • Organizational Awareness
  • Conflict Management

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