Success Consciousness: What Makes a Good Leader
Shankar Santhiram, EQTD Consulting
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In the January 2004 issue of the Harvard Business Review, Daniel Goleman, author, psychologist, science journalist, and arguably the world’s most prominent thinker on the psychology of work, wrote that the most effective leaders that he had studied had one common trait. They all had a high degree of “emotional intelligence”. On this third Monday of the month, Shankar shares about what it takes to be a good leader.
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