Join Britt Andreatta for an in-depth discussion in this video Living with integrity, part of Leading with Emotional Intelligence.
Another key component of being emotionally intelligent is you integrity.…This is about knowing your values and living in alignment with them.…It's the old adage of walking your talk.…Living in integrity is a form of self-control.…If you step away from your values when the going…gets tough, then you must not be very committed to them.…We already know that emotional intelligence is a…key predictor of all kinds of measures of success.…While we also know that integrity is a key predictor…of effective leadership, in their ongoing global research on…leadership, Kouzes and Posner, the authors of The Leadership…Challenge, have proven again and again that integrity is…one of the five exemplary practices of successful leaders.…
So, how do you develop your integrity?…Well, the first step is to know your core values.…Be clear about what you stand for.…Think about your core values, you may…have several but, which are your most important?…These should play…a large role in guiding your daily words and actions.…They should also be deeply connected to your passion.…
Learn what emotional intelligence is and how it factors in at work and discover concrete techniques for raising your own emotional quotient (EQ). This includes perceiving yourself accurately, exercising emotional self-control, practicing resilience, and developing empathy. Then turn those lessons around to build your awareness of others and learn to inspire helpful communication and manage conflict.
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- What is emotional intelligence?
- Cultivating emotional intelligence
- Exercising emotional self-control
- Working with your triggers
- Getting to know others
- Maximizing team performance
- Building influence