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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I’ll be recommending this book to my clients! Return to Book Page. Mindfulness, hope and compassion are important for leadership.
Because as human beings leadership is resonat only about business it is about all aspects of life integrating body, mindheart and spirit. Best quote, “leaders who pay attention to the whole self–mind, body, heart, and spirit–can literally be quicker, smarter, happier, and more effective than those who focus too narrowly on short-term success” p.
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. Anyone who leads people.
Apr 26, sillimant rated it really liked it. They aren’t taking time to pause, reflect and spend quality time caring for those they love. Those who want lead in a more open style focusing on mentoring and coaching may especially resonate with this book. Mar ldadership, Ryan Scicluna rated it liked it Shelves: This book really “resonated” with me.
It’s a great book, but you’ll get to understanding much better after taking the amazing course on “Leadership with emotional intelligence” by Richard Boyatzis in Coursera. I had no idea I would love this book so much but this has quickly become one of the favorite leadership books I have read.
Although I do take these sorts of examples at a grain of salt, they were logical and believable in the sense of how their actions lead to certain reactions from their subordinates and colleagues and how shifting one way or the other lead to their keadership.
Weatley Leadership and The New Science: I boatzis for a course to help myself and others adopt a formal process of leadership development for a 21st century company. To ask other readers questions about Resonant Leadershipplease sign up. Read for lead class first semester at Willamette. This book offered a few more insights than some.
Not in the writing but the lofty achievements are left with the sense of how to become that kind of person. It was so honest and addressed things that most business books don’t talk about, compassion, hope and mindfulness.
Very much a workbook, very good but make sure you have the time to go through it. This review has goyatzis hidden because it contains spoilers. This was really quite an amazing book.
This book also includes exercies one can do to guage his leadership skills. The narration of the book was good enough for what it is and maintained my attention at most times. Hardcoverpages.
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. My critique is that there are many more corporate examples than everyday ones and I think it could benefit from adding more smaller scale local examples. Annie McKee Goodreads Author.
Good leaders succeed because of how leadersgip work with othe This book really “resonated” with me. It gave such good examples on how to become a resonant leader. Jun 01, Brett rated it really liked it. This book perhaps captures the magical quality of those people.
Trivia About Resonant Leadersh It seems contradictory since the recipe for their success was hard-work so one usually assumes that if they only work harder and harder they will achieve more and more but in fact they end up growing more irritable, losing clarity of thought, and lashing boyztzis emotionally more and more at those they work with as well as their loved ones.