Millennials have gotten a bad rap for being “entitled” and “unprepared” for independence. This generation, though, now makes up over a third of the workforce, and don’t look now but they are your exit strategy! Don’t be confused or disheartened by these changes. Instead, use transformational leadership to motivate this group into the next generation of leaders.
We know that the habits of the people around us can be contagious – for better or worse – but what about their leadership skills? If you work closely with great leaders, is it possible to become a great leader without any effort on your part? In other words, can you catch leadership or is it something that’s learned?
If you know anything about me, then you know that I’m always talking about EQ (emotional quotient) it’s importance for leaders. Well, I thought it’s about time I say a little something about IQ and the significance it has in leadership. What exactly is it really? And is it something we should even care about? More importantly, can we improve it?
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I’ve written and talked about what emotional intelligence is and why it’s important in leadership. Now that I’ve started that discussion, I think the next critical question to ask is, “can I improve it?” According to thousands of scholarly and scientific articles, the answer is yes. This is great news because higher level of emotional intelligence has been shown to boost career success, leadership talent, health and relationship satisfaction.