Emotionally Intelligent Leadership : A Guide for Students

By: Levy Shankman, MarcyContributor(s): Haber-Curran, PaigeMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2015Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (287 p.)ISBN: 9781118932315Subject(s): Educational leadership | Emotional intelligence | Teacher effectivenessGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership : A Guide for StudentsDDC classification: 371.2 LOC classification: LB2346 -- .L489 2015ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Title Page; Copyright ; Contents ; Foreword: It's All about Relationships ; Acknowledgments ; About the Authors ; Chapter 1 Introduction ; You Are in the Right Place; Our Ten Truths about Leadership; Emotionally Intelligent Leadership; The Three Facets of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership; The Nineteen Capacities of EIL; What Lies Ahead: How to Use This Book; References; Part One: Consciousness of Self
Chapter 2 Consciousness of Self The Intrapersonal Dimension of Leadership; Making Self-Awareness a Priority; Seeking Feedback; Make Reflection a Habit; A Focus on Self; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 3 Emotional Self-Perception ; Importance of Emotional Self-Perception; Being in Tune; Emotional Insight; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 4 Emotional Self-Control ; Navigating Stress; Managing Your Hot Buttons
Regulating Your ResponseStudent Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 5 Authenticity ; Aligning Values, Words, and Actions; Building Trustworthiness; Authentic Leadership; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 6 Healthy Self-Esteem ; A Healthy Balance; Resilience; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 7 Flexibility ; Change Is Inevitable; Being Open and Adaptive to Change; Be Flexible…to a Point; Importance of Feedback; Student Voices; References
Reflection QuestionsChapter 8 Optimism ; Generating Energy; Optimism in Action; Realistic Optimism; Emotions Are Contagious; Tough Questions…; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 9 Initiative ; A Broader Perspective; Reasons for Not Taking Action; Hallmarks of Initiative; A Door Waiting to Be Opened; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 10 Achievement ; Striving for Excellence; Getting to Flow; Practicing Achievement; Do What You Love, but Beware; Student Voices; References
Reflection QuestionsPart Two: Consciousness of Others; Chapter 11 Consciousness of Others ; Leadership Is a Team Effort; The Interpersonal Dimension of Leadership; Student Voices; Reference; Reflection Questions; Chapter 12 Displaying Empathy ; It's a Process; Empathy in Action; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 13 Inspiring Others ; The Challenge of Energizing Others; Practice Inspiration; Be Intentional; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions
Chapter 14 Coaching Others
Summary: <b>The only book for students which explores the connection between emotional intelligence and effective leadership</b> <i>Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for Students</i> is based on a conceptual model that helps students to become emotionally intelligent leaders. Research from around the world has demonstrated that there is a relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership. For the second edition of <i>Emotionally Intelligent Leadership</i>, the authors have incorporated their revised, data-based emotionally intelligent leadership (EIL) model into an engaging text for
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Cover ; Title Page; Copyright ; Contents ; Foreword: It's All about Relationships ; Acknowledgments ; About the Authors ; Chapter 1 Introduction ; You Are in the Right Place; Our Ten Truths about Leadership; Emotionally Intelligent Leadership; The Three Facets of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership; The Nineteen Capacities of EIL; What Lies Ahead: How to Use This Book; References; Part One: Consciousness of Self

Chapter 2 Consciousness of Self The Intrapersonal Dimension of Leadership; Making Self-Awareness a Priority; Seeking Feedback; Make Reflection a Habit; A Focus on Self; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 3 Emotional Self-Perception ; Importance of Emotional Self-Perception; Being in Tune; Emotional Insight; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 4 Emotional Self-Control ; Navigating Stress; Managing Your Hot Buttons

Regulating Your ResponseStudent Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 5 Authenticity ; Aligning Values, Words, and Actions; Building Trustworthiness; Authentic Leadership; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 6 Healthy Self-Esteem ; A Healthy Balance; Resilience; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 7 Flexibility ; Change Is Inevitable; Being Open and Adaptive to Change; Be Flexible…to a Point; Importance of Feedback; Student Voices; References

Reflection QuestionsChapter 8 Optimism ; Generating Energy; Optimism in Action; Realistic Optimism; Emotions Are Contagious; Tough Questions…; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 9 Initiative ; A Broader Perspective; Reasons for Not Taking Action; Hallmarks of Initiative; A Door Waiting to Be Opened; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 10 Achievement ; Striving for Excellence; Getting to Flow; Practicing Achievement; Do What You Love, but Beware; Student Voices; References

Reflection QuestionsPart Two: Consciousness of Others; Chapter 11 Consciousness of Others ; Leadership Is a Team Effort; The Interpersonal Dimension of Leadership; Student Voices; Reference; Reflection Questions; Chapter 12 Displaying Empathy ; It's a Process; Empathy in Action; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions; Chapter 13 Inspiring Others ; The Challenge of Energizing Others; Practice Inspiration; Be Intentional; Student Voices; References; Reflection Questions

Chapter 14 Coaching Others

<b>The only book for students which explores the connection between emotional intelligence and effective leadership</b> <i>Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for Students</i> is based on a conceptual model that helps students to become emotionally intelligent leaders. Research from around the world has demonstrated that there is a relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership. For the second edition of <i>Emotionally Intelligent Leadership</i>, the authors have incorporated their revised, data-based emotionally intelligent leadership (EIL) model into an engaging text for

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MARCY LEVY SHANKMAN is vice president for strategy and director of Leadership Cleveland for the Cleveland Leadership Center.

SCOTT J. ALLEN is associate professor of management at John Carroll University.

PAIGE HABER-CURRAN is assistant professor and program coordinator for the Student Affairs in Higher Education Program at Texas State University.

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