According to author Daniel Goleman, “...effective leaders are alike in one crucial way: they all have a high degree of Emotional Intelligence.” Developing Emotional Intelligence can do many things, including:
- Help you become a Resonant Leader;
- Inspire others to perform at their highest and best use;
- Drive creativity and excellence in your team;
- Create results;
- Build a strong foundation for change;
- Improve your ability to live the life that you want.
Pivot Growth Partners’ Leadership Coaching model is based on the Intentional Change Theory developed by Richard Boyatzis, distinguished author of Primal Leadership and Resonant Leadership, which develops resonant leaders using emotional and social intelligence competencies as cornerstones of the coaching techniques, processes, and concepts.
These competencies are learned capacities that result in outstanding job performance. For superior performance in jobs of all kinds, emotional competence matters twice as much as IQ plus technical skill combined.
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I would recommend Regina for anyone who is transitioning into a senior leadership role. Her experience helping numerous executives combined with her excellent knowledge of emotional intelligence is invaluable in helping to understanding your leadership style and ways to improve it.
Mark Wisniewski, Global Product Line GM
Honeywell Scanning & Mobility