World-class organizations such as BMW, Coca-Cola, L'Oreal, and Shell know emotional intelligence provides real, bottom-line value. That's why they make it a strategic priority. The question is: How do you teach executives, managers, and employees emotional intelligence? To support HR and talent management professionals in maximizing the impact emotional intelligence can have on their organizations, this UNC Executive Development talent management white paper:
In this signature research, conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School, we investigate ways organizations are accelerating the development of their leaders. From ...Read more
There’s a simple recipe for long-term career success, with three main ingredients: knowledge, experience, and reflection. On the surface, this sounds pretty simple. You’re constantly collecting new knowledge and experience throughout your career. Don’t be fooled. There’s a big difference between hoping you will gain the knowledge and skills you need and proactively pursuing the development opportunities that will ensure long term success. You need to take control of your future, and that means developing a strategy that will enable you to reach your career goals.