Recognition, Resonance, Regulation, and Response

In 1995, Daniel Goleman made the case for emotional intelligence (E.I.) as fundamental to leadership. Since his pioneering work, many others have contributed to the research, some for a broader general audience, some focusing exclusively on leadership. This book explores both strains of E.I. work, but the discussion focuses through the lens of leadership communication. This is the subject that is most relevant as we are trying to engage people to be creative in the context of everyday work, when we are trying to work with others on teams, and when we are trying to set a vision, or define the pace and the nature of the work for any enterprise in a way that others are inspired.

In 2011, I had been ...

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