Chris Golis - Author

Chris Golis has written two Emotional Intelligence books that show you the practical side of EQ, and how you can use it in leadership, management and sales.

 

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Chris Golis - Author

"Put in a sales perspective, I loved your presentation! I got a lot from what you talked about and I will read your book."

Peter Morris, Executive Officer, Lomax Financial Group

Your presentation on 'Lifting your Level of Emotional Intelligence" to 10 CEOs scored an average 8.9 out of 10 for the topic and 8.5 for the presentation which is great.  A couple of the attendees gave you a 10 out of 10, and the comments were:

- Great presentation. Very informative.

- Excellent presentation.

- made me think.

Christi Spring CEO Institute. - web  www.ceo.com.au.

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Articles by or about Chris Golis 

EQ factors help recruiters spot the right fit at first interview Article by by Hannah Tatterstall that appeared in shortlist.net.au 30 May 2017

How to be a Visionary LeaderThis article appeared in the MPA Special Report on Business Strategy June 2014

Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace.  This (Full Article) was published in Workplace Review Spring 2012

Why I am not a non-executive director. This (Full Article) was published in Leading Company 12 April 2012. 

Every Decade has its own Zeitgeist.  This (Full Article) was published in the e-zine On-line Opinion 25 February 2009.

The Best Team Members Are Not Always the Ones You Like Best. This (Full Article) appeared in the February 08 issue of The Leadership Mosaic.

Julius Caesar and the Tuckman Model of Team Building.  
This (Full Article) appeared in the July 08 issue of The Leadership Mosaic.

Overcoming your flaws as a team leader.  This 
(Full Article) appeared in the November 
08 issue of The Leadership Mosaic.
 
A Critique of Six Thinking Hats.  
(Full Article) Why De Bono is only half right in his choice of colours for his six hats.

A New Model for the Australian Republic. (Full Article)  This article was published in the e-zine On-line Opinion.  It is what I think needs to be adopted by the Australian people.

Some other useful articles: 

The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale. (Amer. Journ. Psychiat., vol. xcii, p. 163, July, 1935.) Humm, D. G., and Wadsworth, G. W. It will cost you $12 but it is an excellent read, particular as they describe the difficulty of developing the first personality test.

Pegs that Fit.  An article published in the 27 July 1942 edition of Time magazine describing the Humm-Wadsworth.

For more useful articles, visit Chris Golis' EQ blog