Based on their book Primal Leadership, Learning To Lead With Emotional Intelligence, Goleman, Boyatzis, and McKee examine five discoveries needed to make an emotionally intelligent leader.
These discoveries involve the following questions:
Who do you want to be as a leader?
Who are you?
Do you work on developing who you want to be, or what someone else wants you to be?
Are you willing to form new habits of practice?
What emphasis are you placing upon developing relationships?
Developing a new mindset and implementing the necessary changes to grow in our leadership is key to reaching goals. Strong relationships help build confident leadership.