Introducing an Important New Series of Original Audiobooks:
The ideas expressed in Emotional Intelligence ten years ago have taken on a life of their own. They spurred a movement, with enthusiastic adherents in the business world, in medicine and healthcare, at home, in the field of education and the world at large. Several million people, including business managers, human resource departments, healthcare workers, teachers, parents and students, have applied the ideas and principles expressed in Emotional Intelligence to their fields with tangible and quantifiable results. Leading with Emotional Intelligence Conversations is an ongoing dialogue series that begins with luminaries in the field of business. In the world of business we have only scratched the surface of how principles of emotional intelligence can increase profitability and efficiency in the workplace.
It's in the nature of an organization to want to spin information, but in reality, covering up painful truths can have negative consequences. For the best organizations, it is clear that the future is all about transparency. Businesses and organizations can only win by showing they have integrity. The good news, according to Bennis and Goleman, is that organizations can change, they can choose truth over spinas long as their leaders have the emotional intelligence to create transparency as a core value and an ultimate goal. Every organization, from small business to large, private and public, can benefit from the lessons and ideas in The Power of Truth.
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About the Author
Warren Bennis is known around the world as the preeminent expert on the subject of leadership. He is University Professor of Business Administration and Founding Chairman of The Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California and serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard University's Kennedy School. His bestselling books Leaders and On Becoming a Leader have been translated into 21 languages. The Financial Times recently named Leaders one of the top 50 business books of all time. He has served on four Presidential Advisory Boards and has consulted for many Fortune 500 companies, including GE, Ford, and Starbucks.
Daniel Goleman, Ph.D., covered behavioral and brain sciences for The New York Times for twelve years and is codirector for the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations at Rutgers University. He has taught at Harvard, his alma mater, and addresses groups and businesses around the world. He is also the author of Emotional Intelligence, Working with Emotional Intelligence, and The Meditative Mind, and is co-author of Primal Leadership and Destructive Emotions.