Emotional Intelligence and Human Capital


Four Leadership Lessons From The Oscar Nominees

Article | Author: Steve Denning | Source: Forbes | Published: March 1, 2012
  Anyone who tries to make a distinction between education and entertainment doesn’t know the first thing about either. Marshall McLuhan In the spirit of Marshall McLuhan, I took a look at this year’s Oscar nominees for any ... Read more

Who’s the Boss: Micro-manager or Coach?

Article | Author: Cali Ressler | Source: Moms Rising | Published: March 1, 2012
If micro-managers are like babysitters, then the bosses we all hope to have are like great coaches. Coaches inspire and bring out the best in their team. Micro-managers slowly suck the life out of you. Everybody knows a micro-manager, but nobody ... Read more

Raise Your Hand if You Want to Be an Executive

Article | Author: Jessica Stillman | Source: INC | Published: March 1, 2012
Anyone? Anyone? A new survey suggests the allure of C-suite positions has washed away. What's cool in 2012? You guessed it: entrepreneurship. Survey a decent number of people and at least a few of them will probably say most ... Read more

Why You Think Your Team is the Best

Article | Source: New Scientist | Published: February 7, 2012
Ah ref! Now you have an excuse for thinking your team always performs best. Your brain perceives the actions of people in your own team differently to those of a rival team. Pascal Molenberghs at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, ... Read more

RIM's New CEO Is Confident in Strategic Path

Article | Author: WILL CONNORS AND CHIP CUMMINS | Source: Wall Street Journal | Published: January 23, 2012
  BlackBerry Maker Seeks to Regain Footing in U.S.; Shares Down 7% Research In Motion Ltd.'s new chief executive said Monday he won't divide the company into parts and is confident in its strategic path, but will be open to ... Read more

How Leaders Kill Meaning at Work

Article | Author: Teresa Amabil and Steven Kramer | Source: McKinsey & Company | Published: January 13, 2012
As a senior executive, you may think you know what Job Number 1 is: developing a killer strategy. In fact, this is only Job 1a. You have a second, equally important task. Call it Job 1b: enabling the ongoing engagement and everyday progress of ... Read more

Is your leadership image helping or hurting your career?

Article | Author: Lisa Quast | Source: Forbes | Published: January 6, 2012
  It’s the New Year, a great time to take a fresh look at your career and determine ways to develop it. Want to improve your leadership effectiveness? Take a good, hard look at the image you project in the workplace because your ... Read more
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