Daniel Goleman's research while affiliated with Case Western Reserve University and other places

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You've heard about the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace - that there's an incontrovertible link between executives' emotional maturity, exemplified by such capabilities as self-awareness and empathy, and their financial performance. Now, new research extends that base. Drawing on two years of research, the authors contend that...
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In her critique of emotional intelligence (EI) theory and research, Waterhouse (2006) makes several claims. First, she argues that there are "many conflicting constructs of EI," implying that it cannot be a valid concept given this multiplicity of views. Second, she cites some research and opinion suggesting that "EI has not been differentiated fro...
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A decade ago in these pages, Goleman published his highly influential article on emotional intelligence and leadership. Now he, a cochair of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations, and Boyatzis, a professor at Case Western, extend Goleman's original concept using emerging research about what happens in the brain when...
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Unlabelled: A decade ago in these pages, Goleman published his highly influential article on emotional intelligence and leadership. Now he, a cochair of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations, and Boyatzis, a professor at Case Western, extend Goleman's original concept using emerging research about what happens in t...
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Unternehmen stehen durch die Beschleunigung und Entgrenzung des Wettbewerbs vor neuartigen Herausforderungen. Die schnelle Reaktion auf schnelle Veränderungen ist zu einer unverzichtbaren Tugend geworden, die Unternehmen sich bei Strafe des Untergangs aneignen müssen. Schnelle Veränderungen in der Art und Weise, wie ein Unternehmen tätig ist, was u...
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Like it or not, leaders need to manage the mood of their organizations. The most gifted leaders accomplish that by using a mysterious blend of psychological abilities known as emotional intelligence. Them are self-aware and empathetic. They can read and regulate their own emotions while intuitively grasping how others feel and gauging their organiz...
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All of us struggle from time to time with the question of personal meaning: "Am I living the way I want to live?" For millions of people, the attacks of September 11 put the issue front and center, but most of us periodically take stock of our lives under far less dramatic circumstances. This type of questioning is healthy; business leaders need to...
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The capabilities that the authors have defined as components of Emotional Intelligence—self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management—apply to teams as well as individuals. And so, to optimize a team's effectiveness, its members—and especially its leader(s)—must “tune in” to its emotional state and needs. © 2002 by D...
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Defining and assessing emotional intelligence -- Human resource applications and emotional intelligence -- Effective social and emotional learning in organizations Contiene: bibliografía e índices de nombre y materia
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A leader's singular job is to get results. But even with all the leadership training programs and "expert" advice available, effective leadership still eludes many people and organizations. One reason, says Daniel Goleman, is that such experts offer advice based on inference, experience, and instinct, not on quantitative data. Now, drawing on resea...
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Superb leaders have very different ways of directing a team, a division, or a company. Some are subdued and analytical; others are charismatic and go with their gut. And different of situations call for different types of leadership. Most mergers need a sensitive negotiator at the helm whereas many turnarounds require a more forceful kind of author...
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Current interest in" emotional intelligence" has raised the question of whether it is possible to improve the social and emotional competence of adult workers. Research in training and development, sports psychology, and behavior change suggests that it is possible, but the typical approach used in corporate training programs usually is flawed....
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Choice of a goal for self-change and participation in a T Group were varied in an orthogonal design in an experimental study of the relative effects of goal selection and T-Group participation. The Ss were high school seniors assigned for one semester to one of four conditions: I) both T Group and change goal, II) T Group but not change goal, III)...
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Traducción de: The New Leaders Planteamiento que sitúa a las emociones como un factor imprescindible para la creación de un liderazgo exitoso. Daniel Goleman, autor de Inteligencia emocional, Richard E. Boyatzis y Annie McKee buscan demostrar que una parte fundamental de un liderzago efectivo consiste en dar dirección y uso adecuados a las emocione...
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Traducción de: The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace Obra sobre cómo medir la inteligencia emocional, cómo utilizarla en la selección de personal y cómo mejorarla a nivel individual, grupal y organizativo, a través de sus cuatro dimensiones: la autoobservación, la autogestión, la conciencia social y las habilidades sociales.
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Gifted leadership occurs where heart and head — feeling and thought — meet. These are the two things that allow a leader to soar. All leaders need enough intellect to handle the tasks and challenges at hand. However, intellect alone won't make a leader. Leaders execute a vision by motivating, guiding, inspiring, lis- tening, persuading and creating...

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... These results seem to concur with evidence that personality or character factors predict resilience (Goodman et al., 2017). It is also of interest that factors F21 (gratitude) and F19 (self-control/self-regulation) were positive predictors of spirituality, concurring with previous studies on the relationship between self-regulation and spirituality (Desmond et al., 2013;Boyatzis et al., 2021). However, F24 (spirituality, religious sense) did not predict resilient spirituality, which would suggest that the psychological constructs that are being assessed are somewhat distinct. ...
... Many researchers classify soft skills as non-cognitive skills. Here we underline EI (Emotional Intelligence) by D. Goleman [36], critical thinking or problem solving. Soft skills include both social, interpersonal skills and meta-competences, i.e. the capacity to work on competences, to reframe and transfer them from one field to another, even from informal to formal learning. ...
... Emotions themselves can have consequences which feedback upon biochemistry, experience, and expression. Emotional competencies are increasingly seen as central to effectively supporting change projects for their capacity to reduce destructive conflict, reducing tension, decreasing stress, and increasing job satisfaction, amongst other effects (Boyatzis et al. 2019). ...
... building abilities, help an individual build up a decent compatibility with his associates, higher authorities and subordinates which is imperative for a person's achievement. In the event that IQ got an individual a great job, it was EI which would assist him with holding it and be effective in his working environment (Emmerling and Goleman, 2003;Cherniss et. al. 1998;Boyatzis and Oosten, 2002). In light of the emotional knowledge skills and a proportion of capabilities of supervisors, officials, and pioneers -a Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) -effectively created by Richard Boyatzis (1994), Goleman built up his Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI) -a multi rater instrument that gives self, chief, ...
... 14 We recommend emotional intelligence (EI) as a way to foster a more aware and more effective leader who is equipped with the set of skills required to address the complexities of health care delivery. 11,15 Drawing on the seminal work of Goleman, 16,17 Nowacki et al stated that EI is "the capacity to recognize our own feelings and those of others, to motivate ourselves, and to manage emotions effectively in ourselves and others." 18 Physician leaders who understand themselves can engage others (i.e., physicians, allied health care team members, patients) at a deeper level to enhance care in aspects such as improved communication or understanding of the nuances of the patient's perspective. ...
... Environmental intelligence (ecological intelligence) is the ability to see a situation from the perspective of the natural environment, feel or empathize with the natural environment, and pay attention to the natural environment [22]. Ecological intelligence is related to local wisdom called Ubuntu. ...
... A liderança é assumida a partir do papel do líder de projetos e tem por objetivo de coordenar as atividades dos participantes em busca do sucesso do projeto. O bom líder é seguido por sua equipe de forma espontânea para que o projeto tenha um bom desempenho (Sah et al., 2013;Van Zant & Moore, 2013 (Young & Dulewicz, 2008), o comportamento, a contingência, o visionário, a inteligência emocional (Mayer, 2004) e escolas de competência são considerados as seis escolas primárias e estas têm relação significativa com as competências de liderança do gerente de projetos e o sucesso do projeto (Geoghegan & Dulewicz, 2008). A personalidade do líder (Bass, 1985) também é apontada como uma determinante de eficácia, pois se acredita que as habilidades são construídas sobre características de personalidade (Van Zant & Moore, 2013). ...
... Results of previous studies support these positive relationships between social intelligence and leadership styles. (see: Cavins, 2021; Goleman & Boyatzis, 2008;Zaccaro, Gilbert, Thor & Mumford, 1991). Furthermore, the statistically significant positive relationship between cultural intelligence and leadership styles has also obtained similarity with different comprehensive studies in the literature (see: Solomon & Steyn, 2017;Deng & Gibson, 2008). ...
... The turn of the twenty-first century brought several "gains" including integrative frameworks that recognize emotion as physiological, cognitive, and cultural (e.g., Kitayama & Markus, 1994;Paoloni & Verónica, 2014); popular sentiments that learning is about more than cognitive intelligence quotients (Goleman, 1995;Salovey & Mayer, 1990); and a rise of social-emotional learning (SEL) curricula. SEL curricula typically aim to promote empathy, care, and relational skills among students (Cherniss et al., 2006;Elias et al., 1997). However, all of these signs of "progress" should be critically examined. ...
... In mehreren Studien wurde als Besonderheit die Herausforderung bei den Themen Führung und Motivation angespro- chen [7, 8, 10, 14, 19, 20, 28, 38] . Besonderes Augenmerk wurde daher auf die Praxis der Personalmotivation und Personalführung gelegt [9, 15, 22, 25, 40] . Die Ergebnisse sind in den Spalten 2 und 4 der . ...