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Emotionally Intelligent Leadership 

Emotional Intelligence and Leadership: The Pioneering Psychologists

From: Chuck Wolfe
Series: The Emotion Roadmap: Take the Wheel & Control How You Feel
Length: 54:01

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Ever wonder why some leaders appear unwilling to pay attention to others' feelings? Ever wonder why a particular person really upsets you and you can't seem to control how you feel when you are around them? Listen to this interview to find out how to influence others and how to manage your own emotions more effectively. Read the full description.

Logo_for_web_small Peter Salovey, Provost at Yale University and Jack Mayer, Psychologist at University of New Hampshire were the first to research and write about a new intelligence they called "emotional intelligence". Dan Goleman published a best seller called Emotional Intelligence in 1995. Since that time many programs and models of emotional intelligence have emerged. David Caruso, a psychologist, consultant, and research affiliate at Yale, joined with Peter and Jack to create the Mayer Salovey Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) which is an ability based model of emotional intelligence. Chuck Wolfe joined with Peter, Jack, and David to publish an earlier version of the MSCEIT, and to help find ways to make the knowledge of emotional science highly useful to people in the workplace, and in life in general. The Emotion Roadmap was a key outcome of the work we all did together.  In this interview you will hear: why this truly is a new intelligence; how emotional abilities are measured; why the differences in our individual abilities matter; and how to improve your emotional abilities. Can you imagine having more control over how you feel and how others are feeling? How about learning how to lead and becoming an inspirational leader? While this interview will not solve all your emotional challenges, it will provide you with tools, and insights, to help you plan emotionally for better outcomes!

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Piece Description

Peter Salovey, Provost at Yale University and Jack Mayer, Psychologist at University of New Hampshire were the first to research and write about a new intelligence they called "emotional intelligence". Dan Goleman published a best seller called Emotional Intelligence in 1995. Since that time many programs and models of emotional intelligence have emerged. David Caruso, a psychologist, consultant, and research affiliate at Yale, joined with Peter and Jack to create the Mayer Salovey Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) which is an ability based model of emotional intelligence. Chuck Wolfe joined with Peter, Jack, and David to publish an earlier version of the MSCEIT, and to help find ways to make the knowledge of emotional science highly useful to people in the workplace, and in life in general. The Emotion Roadmap was a key outcome of the work we all did together.  In this interview you will hear: why this truly is a new intelligence; how emotional abilities are measured; why the differences in our individual abilities matter; and how to improve your emotional abilities. Can you imagine having more control over how you feel and how others are feeling? How about learning how to lead and becoming an inspirational leader? While this interview will not solve all your emotional challenges, it will provide you with tools, and insights, to help you plan emotionally for better outcomes!

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