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The Role of Consultants in an AI-Driven World

Tom Spencer

AI may be able to analyse data and make predictions, but it will always lack the ability to understand the nuances of human behaviour which require emotional intelligence, creativity, and an understanding of ethical decision making. One of the key areas in which we excel is emotional intelligence.

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219: Danielle Grant—Authentic, Ethical, Caring And More Effective Leadership

On the Brink Podcast

This new approach takes us beyond the theories of Daniel Goleman on Emotional Intelligence and the power of focus which all great leaders possess. Transpersonal leaders add the essential dimension of spiritual intelligence.

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Without Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness Doesn’t Work

Harvard Business

These, it turns out, are what one of us (Dan) has described as core emotional intelligence competencies. This connection with emotional intelligence was underscored in the interviews Matt conducted with the study participants themselves. But the improvements themselves were in the realm of emotional intelligence.

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A conversation on ethical leadership – with Cassie Edmiston

The Management Centre

We listened in on a conversation between our leadership expert, Yvette Gyles (=mc Learning Director) and Cassie Edmiston (Head of Fundraising, Prisoners’ Education Trust ), to see what they think it means to be an ethical leader in 2019. Leaders need to be emotionally intelligent. This comes back full circle to emotional intelligence.

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The Downsides of Being Very Emotionally Intelligent

Harvard Business

Indeed, Gemma is extremely trustworthy and ethical. The main reason for this is Gemma’s high emotional intelligence (EQ), which explains all of the qualities described above. As with charisma, we tend to regard EQ as a positive trait, but it can be used to achieve unethical goals as well as ethical ones.

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How the Most Emotionally Intelligent CEOs Handle Their Power

Harvard Business

In essence, two key emotional intelligence competencies, self-awareness and empathy, had disappeared from his tool kit. While they seem to have learned emotional intelligence along the way, it’s often fairly superficial. Is it family, health, well-being, happiness at work and in life, ethics?

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What You Can Do to Improve Ethics at Your Company

Harvard Business

It’s hard for good, ethical people to imagine how these meltdowns could possibly happen. many of us face an endless stream of ethical dilemmas at work. We were surprised that 30 leaders in the study recalled a total of 87 “major” ethical dilemmas from their career histories. Wells Fargo. Volkswagen.

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