What's Your EQ?
- Leadership Statement. Tyre, Troy A. // Leadership & Organizational Management Journal;2015, Vol. 2015 Issue 1, p44
The article talks about the role played by leadership in one's personal and professional life, and states that a situational leadership with emotional intelligence is an effective method to lead oneself and other people.
- EMOTIONAL AND CULTURAL INTELLIGENCES AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR RECRUITING, SELECTING AND TRAINING INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATES. Daher, Nick // International Journal of Business & Public Administration;Summer2015, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p167
Two emerging constructs, emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence, are considered as an effective assessment tool for recruiting, selecting and training individual candidates. Research suggests that both constructs have positive relationships with job performance, organizational climate,...
- Aspire to Excellence. Mackay, Harvey // Executive Excellence;Sep2004, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p19
Discusses key issues concerning success in business. Values, cultures and philosophies that underpin companies with reputations for excellence; Recruiting philosophy for employees; Implications on management.
- Recruiting: It's what makes good companies great. Karres, Paul // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);9/15/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 37, pP26
The author reflects on the role of recruiting in the success of a business. He considers a general manager of a truck dealership as a great recruiter because in two years he was able to maintain 13 out of 15 employees in the business. He reveals that a major problem in Las Vegas, Nevada is the...
- What It Means to Be a Leader in the New World of Banking. Kaplan, Alan J. // New Jersey Banker;Fall2014, p18
The article discusses some of the concepts and issues in the banking industry that represent a vital element of successful bank leadership. These include capital as the most important ingredient that banks need to drive growth, emotional intelligence as the critical leadership aspect that bank's...
- Getting along. Rivera, Roxanne // Smart Business Cleveland;Oct2010, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p14
The article discusses the six standards that emotionally intelligent leaders follow. According to the author, an emotionally intelligent leader is a team builder, uses empathy to solve conflict, creates inclusion, builds both external and internal relationships, trusts their gut instincts, and...
- Influence of Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Performance on organizational development in the prospect of Pakistan's corporate culture. Fazlani, Tauseef Ahmed; Hassan Ansari, Nayeem ul; Nasar, Asim; Hashmi, Perwez; Mustafa, Muhammad // Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business;Jan2012, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p1289
In the global competitive market of today, Human Resources are playing a vital role in almost all aspects of life and in organizational development. As more and more organizations are making progress, by making the use of human resources, they need some means to increase the performance in human...
- WEBWISE. Rowe, Rachael // Nursing Standard;9/25/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p32
The article reviews the web site of the "Harvard Business Review" which is located at www.hbr.org.
- EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE SKILLS AND PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS. Labby, Sandy; Lunenburg, Fred C.; Slate, John R. // Journal of Education Research;2013, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p257
In this investigation, the 13 emotional intelligence skills (Nelson, Low, & Vela, 2003) were examined for 157 Texas principals as a function of their gender and to their years of administrative experience. Statistically significant differences in emotional intelligence skills were revealed as a...