26 Mar In Primal Leadership, which I coauthored with Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee, we describe four styles of leadership that create resonance. Developing resonant leaders through emotional intelligence, vision and coaching. Richard E. Boyatzis, Melvin L. Smith, Ellen Van Oosten, Lauris Woolford. focusing on the interaction between compassion and resonant leadership within . responsibility) and relationship management (Boyatzis and McKee, ).
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And the kind of leaders we all wish we hadbut rarely experience. It builds on the fundamentals of emotional intelligence and utilizes it in a professional context that include I thoroughly believe that empathy resknant a key attribute that defines great leaders and what it takes to truly motivate and inspire the new generation of hard workers.
In order to truly make use leadershjp such book one must practice being a leader. Important stuff, but again, nothing new.
Mindfulness, hope and compassion are important for leadership.
I boyatziis the ideas of continual renewal though. It gave such good examples on how to become a resonant leader. Sep 06, Devin Partlow rated it it was ok.
Harvard Business School Publishing Jun 01, Brett rated it really liked it. Clear and concise, focuses more in why leaders fail and how to keep track, and less in the the Emotional Intelligence model like the previous book. It was so honest and addressed things that most business books don’t talk about, compassion, hope and mindfulness. This book really “resonated” with me. Read for lead redonant first semester at Willamette.
Overall, I appreciated the concept, but it could have been much more concise. I plan on going back and spending more times with the themes, concepts, and exercises. Some of the exercises were helpful, while others seemed redundant. All in all, this was a pretty good book in leadership. Boyatzis explains the how and why extraordinarily thoroughly. Because as human beings leadership is not only about business it is about all aspects of life integrating body, mindheart and spirit.
The central premise is that effective leaders find ways to renew themselves mentally, physically, intellectually, and spiritually by their mindfulness of their own needs and those of others, their ability to remain optimistic and inspire hope, and oeadership compassion they show for colleagues.
Boyatzis is a professor in the organizational behavior, psychology, and cognitive science departments of Case Western Reserve University and in the human resources department of ESADE. Open Preview See a Problem? A great follow up to Primal Leadership and a lot more practical, allows the reader to experiment with exercises in trying to develop leadership skills.
Just OK-nothing new or innovative about this book.
To ask other readers questions about Resonant Leadershipplease sign up. Oct 09, Moayad Taibah rated it really liked it. Annie McKee Goodreads Author. That said, I am hesitant to recommend this.
May 15, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing.
I found comfort in how it applied emotional intelligence practically instead of giving abstract notions and further clarifying it with examples from real life.
As with most business books, I don’t think the objective is to give you boyatzks answers but to facilitate good discussion about the subject. When stresses and crises occur, this is the time to rely on those relationships and attack problems head on. This book explains that leaders need to build resonance within their teams, not dissonance. Renewal an important part of leadership especially when feeling as if you are sacrificing too much.
They aren’t taking time to pause, reflect and spend quality time caring for those they love. Resonant leadership is a book about emotional intelligence as a core platform to competent leadership.
Langer Mindfulness Ellen J. Ignoring ones’ family or self in a crisis will eventually bankrupt you emotionally. Booyatzis paraphrase, much of the book is about the need for leaders to de-stress with “renewal. Think of the people who helped you most in your life and career; the ones who you can say without this personi would not be the person i am today. An interesting thought for a business book- How do leaders fight burnout?