Behaving appropriately emotionally is not only something that can be learned over a lifetime, but it is something that must be learned if we are to live happy and productive lives. Furthermore, it is essential to successful leadership.
About Rob Pasick
Robert Pasick Ph.D is an organizational psychologist and executive coach. He has 30 years experience providing consultation, coaching and counseling. Dr. Pasick has provided leadership development services through executive coaching, teaching, and speaking and writing. He details leadership in his book, Balanced Leadership in Unbalanced Times. He can be reached at [email protected]
Entries by Rob Pasick
When striving to get ahead, try to recognize how easy it is to go off course, forgetting that success and fame are not what matters most. Remember that in the end, family is what is most important.
Many leaders tend to be competitive, hard-driving people. They have high intellectual IQs, but sometimes their emotional IQs lag behind. Here’s how to change for the better.
Great leaders constantly strive to strike a balance between work and the other realms of their lives. And when they do, they find that they really do make a difference.
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