Why Being a Self-Aware Leader Is Not Enough

Journalist Daniel Goleman, who studied the phenomenon of “emotional intelligence” (EQ) in his 1995 book of the same name, made a big point of comparing the importance of EQ to IQ. He quoted studies, in his chapter “When Smart Is Dumb,” for example, proving that many high-IQ scoring students end up failing miserably in their practical lives. In contrast, many “average” people, Goleman pointed out, go on to phenomenal success.

The Most Critical Thing Leaders and Business Owners Need To Understand Is What Drives Human Behavior.

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