Becoming a Resonant Leader. Annie McKee , Ph.D. Founder , Teleos Leadership Institute Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Education University of Pennsylvania email@example.com. The greatest change in human history?. Great leaders move us to find meaning in change. .
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Annie McKee, Ph.D.
Founder, Teleos Leadership Institute
Graduate School of Education
University of Pennsylvania
Counter unproductive emotions and create a culture that is ripe with inspiration, creativity, and challenge,
Intellectual Capability (IQ)
Emotional Intelligence (EI)
The Differentiating Factor
Only one cognitive ability− pattern recognition −differentiated outstandingleaders
85-90% of the difference between outstanding andaverage leaders is linkedto Emotional Intelligence
I. Understanding Self
II. Managing Self
III. Understanding Others IV. Managing Relationships
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The need for emotionally competent leadership increases as organizations become more…
Lean and Flat
People are encouraged to lead and contribute at all levels
Leaders develop the best in themselves and others
How do the best companies to work for maintain an edge in today’s environment?
Leadership and Culture!
We feel before we think and emotions are contagious!
and so is dissonance.
The minute you become a victim you cease to be a leader.
Over time and unchecked, the physical and emotional toll of leadership limits our ability to sustain high performance and resonance.
Dissonance is the default
How can great leaders sustain their
effectiveness over time despite the
effects of chronic power stress?
Awake, aware, attending and attuned – to ourselves, to other people and to the world around us. People who cultivate mindfulness have more cognitive flexibility, creativity, access to personal wisdom and experience, and problem solving skills.What do you do daily to practice mindfulness?
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