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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. DBA – Management Course May 26, 2001 Becky Haskett. RECENT PRESS. Harvard Business Review Building the Emotional Intelligence of Groups (March, 2001) Leadership that Gets Results (March, 2000) Life @ Work (cover story) What’s Your EQ? (March/April 2000) Fortune

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

DBA – Management Course

May 26, 2001

Becky Haskett


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RECENT PRESS

  • Harvard Business Review

    • Building the Emotional Intelligence of Groups (March, 2001)

    • Leadership that Gets Results (March, 2000)

  • Life @ Work (cover story)

    • What’s Your EQ? (March/April 2000)

  • Fortune

    • How to Manage Like Joe Torre (April 2001)

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

“The capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships.”

Daniel Goleman (1995)

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EQ COMPETENCIES

RECOGNITION

REGULATION

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IQ VS. EQ

  • Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Test

    • Binet & Simon (1905) - first formal test

    • Persisted as the norm to measure:

      • Cognitive intelligence: Memory & vocabulary

  • Emotional Quotient (EQ) Test

    • Reuven Bar-On (1985) psychologist

    • Questioned “Why high IQ doesn’t = success?”

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STUDY OF MULTI-MILLIONAIRES

  • Recent book: The Millionaire Mind by Thomas Stanley

    • Surveyed 733 U.S. Multi-millionaires

    • Top Five Factors for Success (out of 30):

      • Being honest with all people (Self-Mgt.)

      • Being well disciplined (Self-Mgt.l)

      • Getting along with people (Social skills)

      • Having a supportive spouse (Social skills)

      • Working harder than most people (Self-Mgt.)

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EARLY ROOTS OF EQ

  • Thorndike (1927) “Social Intelligence”

    • Contrast to Frederick Taylor

    • Ability to understand & relate to people

  • McClelland (1973) Harvard Professor

    • Paper “Testing for Competence Rather than Intelligence”

    • Predictors of job & life success

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EARLY ROOTS OF EQ

  • Gardner (1983) Harvard School of Ed.

    • Concept of “multiple intelligences”

    • Intra & Interpersonal skills

  • Salovey & Mayer (1989)

    • Coined term “Emotional Intelligence”

  • Goleman (1995)

    • Book: Emotional Intelligence

    • 40 weeks on Bestseller list

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DANIEL GOLEMAN

  • CEO of Emotional Intelligence Services

  • Author of international bestsellers:

    • Emotional Intelligence

    • Working with Emotional Intelligence

  • Former reporter for The New York Times

  • Ph.D. & professor at Harvard University

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DANIEL GOLEMAN

  • Research has proven that “success in life” depends 10% on IQ and at least 90% on EQ (Emotional Intelligence)

  • Promotions

    • People are sometimes promoted for wrong reasons - technical knowledge only

    • Should consider ability to inspire others and create an enjoyable work climate

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DANIEL GOLEMAN

  • Work climate is dependent on EQ level of management

  • Majority of employees choose to leave or stay at an organization based on relationship with their managers

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DANIEL GOLEMAN

  • Bad News:

    • EQ abilities are declining in children

      • more impulsive, aggressive, and angry

      • entry level employees are needing more training in EQ competencies

  • Good News!!

    • EQ is teachable and tends to increase over your lifetime (maturity)

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IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

  • Debate over purpose of Higher Education

  • Stakeholder needs

  • Educate the “Whole Person”

  • Are we prepared?

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THE END

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