Emotional Intelligence and the Leader’s Role


Verl Anderson, PhD (Author) – Professor, Business, Dixie State University, St. George, Utah, USA
Cam Caldwell, PhD (Author) – Professor, Business, University of Illinois Springfield, Illinois, USA

Series: Management Science – Theory and Applications
BISAC: BUS041000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/BFNL5819

The message of this book, Emotional Intelligence and the Leader’s Role, confirms that a leader’s emotional intelligence is more important than how much he or she knows.  The challenge of this book to existing and would-be leaders is to look within and to recognize the power of emotional intelligence as an opportunity to honor the people who leaders are obligated to lead and serve. We believe that emotional intelligence asks leaders to genuinely love those with whom they labor and provides a basis for treating people so well that they become the best version of themselves.


Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Emotional Intelligence and the Leader

Chapter 2. Self-Awareness as a Key to Better Decisions

Chapter 3. Self-Management and Emotional Intelligence

Chapter 4. Leader Motivation and Emotional Intelligence

Chapter 5. Emotional Intelligence, Empathy, and Compassion

Chapter 6. Emotional Intelligence and Social Skills

Chapter 7. Emotional Intelligence as Ethical Leadership

Chapter 8. Emotional Intelligence – Integrity and What Does Not Work

Chapter 9. Emotional Intelligence, Empowerment, and Employee Engagement

Chapter 10. Emotional Intelligence as a Leader’s Love


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