Leading Self

Strong self-awareness, mindfulness, and social fluency serve as a foundation for effective leadership. With a sophisticated understanding of self and the way you relate to others in the workplace, you can take a positive next step in your career to enrich and strengthen the social sector. Developing your professional relationships, interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate effectively is critical to finding success in future leadership positions.

Start Section
Building emotional intelligence

Develop your emotional intelligence

Develop your emotional intelligence. Experts in the private and social sector agree that emotional intelligence is foundational to good leadership. Five of the major components of emotional intelligence are: self-regulation, self-awareness, motivation, empathy, and social fluency.

Emotional Intelligence in Leadership provides tools to help you develop and understand each of the five components of emotional intelligence. Use them, practice them, incorporate them into your daily routine to learn how to be more aware.


Breaking Down Emotional Intelligence

The five components of emotional intelligence and their connection to leadership styles.

Read More

Emotional Intelligence Why it Can Matter More than IQ

One of the leading resources on emotional intelligence is Daniel Goleman’s book.

Read More

Five Ways to Lead with Emotional Intelligence

Embracing differences is one of the five ways you can lead with Emotional Intelligence.

Read More

Leading with Emotional Intelligence

This three-minute video “draws out” the importance of emotional intelligence.

Read More