As I said in my previous blog, I found The Emotionally Intelligent Manager: HOW TO DEVELOP AND USE THE FOUR KEY EMOTIONAL SKILLS OF LEADERSHIP by David R. Caruso and Peter Salovey a disappointing read, along with almost half of the 39 reviewers on Amazon.com. I believe one of the major problems with the book is the Emotional Blueprint model it advocates, and which states that one’s Emotional intelligence quotient (or EQ) comprises four related abilities: The ability to read people by .....Read More
A popular model of Emotional Intelligence is Emotional Blueprint model of Mayer-Salovey. To those unfamiliar with this model, the underlying principles are as follows: Emotion is information and ignoring it does not work. You may try to hide emotions but other people are able to pick them up. Decisions must incorporate emotions to be effective. I first came across the Emotional Blueprint model in a seminar but then did more research by reading The Emotionally Intelligent Manager:.....Read More
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"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.