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Publisher's Summary

A powerful case has been made for emotional intelligence and its role in leadership. As Annie McKee and Richard Boyatzis showed in their best-selling books, Primal Leadership and Resonant Leadership, the best leaders use their emotional intelligence to create resonance with others. Resonant leaders are attuned to the needs and dreams of the people they lead. They create conditions in which people can excel. They listen to life's wake-up calls and enhance their capacity for excellence. In Becoming a Resonant Leader the authors provide a clear process and a wealth of exercises to help you develop your emotional intelligence and sustain resonance in your relationships. Reflecting 20 years of research and work with executives, the exercises in this practical audio resource help you:
Develop your emotional intelligence

Create a vision of your ideal self and desired future

Articulate your strengths and values

Craft a plan for intentional change

Build resonance with your team, organization and community
Relevant and inspiring, Becoming a Resonant Leader will help you chart a journey to better leadership.
©2008 Annie McKee, Richard E. Boyatzis, Fran Johnston; (P)2008 Gildan Media Corp
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By P Merhar on 03-30-09

Should have got the book this time

This is a great book but not a great audible book. Because it is designed to primarily a work book it is difficult to listen to and not at all effective. Get the book in paper and skip the audio version.

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By Camille on 04-24-09

Audio - not for this book

This is a great book, but it requires so much in-depth thought and asks so many questions that it is really not suitable, in my opinion, for audio format. This type of book must actually be read by turning pages

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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