Research: Putting out the feelers

Paul Stokes, director, Coaching and Mentoring Research Unit, Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University, argues for a formal link between emotional intelligence and leadership development Since the work of Daniel Goleman (1996; 1999) popularised the notion of emotional intelligence (often referred to as EQ), it has become an accepted part of the language used to define modern leadership. Indeed, writers such as Martyn Newman (2009) have taken the concept forward in terms of defining the competencies that are necessary for effective modern leadership. Based on research he and colleagues have done, a tool he calls the Emotional Capital Report (ECR) […]

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