What Makes a Leader
In this article we explore what makes a great leader and what groups and levels of skills are needed to be a great leader. Daniel Goleman writes about Emotional Intelligence, how it is evaluated, and the importance of Emotional Intelligence for effectiveness of an affective leader. Everyone is born with certain levels of skills that can be strengthened with persistence, practice and feedback from colleagues and coaches. Mr. Goleman preformed over the course of an entire year focusing on how emotional intelligences operates in the workplace. They examined the relationship between both effective performance and emotional intelligence especially in leadership roles. The 5 groups of skills are listed as follows: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills, which I will be discussing.
Companies hire trained psychologists to develop “competency models” to aid in identifying, training, and promoting of individuals with these groups of skills. These individuals are those who can recognize their strengths, weaknesses, drives, values and impact on others who know that one needs to control or redirect disruptive impulses and moods to be an effective leader. Having relishing achievement for own sake and are considerate to other peoples emotional make up by using the rapport built with others to move them in the desired direction. Daniel Goleman distinguishes what makes a great leader from the average one. The five in one secret to success allows you to maximize your leadership skills. Emotional intelligence benefits you at every level of business giving you the necessary tools most important to building the right foundation to a solid future and taking the right direction to ensuring a success in your business venture. Take advantage and use your emotional intelligence to show how capable and effective you can truly be.
Self-awareness in the aspect of big business allocates one resources, strong and weak to use to...
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