The workbook that helps students connect emotional intelligence with leadership skills
The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students: Student Workbook contains hands-on activities and case studies to help students foster the 19 capacities of emotionally intelligent leadership (EIL) presented in the main text Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for Students. Research from around the world has demonstrated that there is a relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership. For the substantially revised second edition, the authors have completely rewritten all modules and activities according to their data-based model. These activities bring theory into practice, targeting specific learning outcomes that will help students become better leaders.
The workbook can be used in conjunction with the Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students: Inventory which helps students to assess their leadership behaviors. The companion Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students: Facilitation and Activity Guide is aligned with the workbook to serve as a road map for educators.
- Contains 23 all new modules consisting of activities and case studies that further the understanding and relevancy of the emotionally intelligent leadership model
- Reflects 19 emotionally intelligent leadership capacities derived from new research research that provides evidence of construct validity
- Can be used as a self-guided experience for developing capacities of EIL
- Includes tips for improving each leadership capacity, suggestions for further reading, and films to watch
The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students suite of resources offers an immersive and transformative educational experience, fostering growth and promoting intense self-reflection. Students will be empowered to develop into the effective leaders of the future.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
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.
Table of Contents
About the Authors xx
1 Introduction to Emotionally Intelligent Leadership 1
2 Consciousness of Self 13
3 Emotional Self-Perception 34
4 Emotional Self-Control 41
5 Authenticity 56
6 Healthy Self-Esteem 66
7 Flexibility 73
8 Optimism 84
9 Initiative 94
10 Achievement 105
11 Consciousness of Others 114
12 Displaying Empathy 122
13 Inspiring Others 129
14 Coaching Others 141
15 Capitalizing on Difference 148
16 Developing Relationships 156
17 Building Teams 163
18 Demonstrating Citizenship 171
19 Managing Conflict 180
20 Facilitating Change 192
21 Consciousness of Context 202
22 Analyzing the Group 209
23 Assessing the Environment 220
Appendix EIL Overview 225