“Leadership is a gift. It’s given by those who follow. You have to be worthy of it.”—General Mark Welsh, former Air Force Chief of Staff and Member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Leadership is a calling; it’s incredibly challenging, a full-contact sport … at least to do it right, to be worthy of it.
Emotional intelligence (EQ) can be developed. The 5 Most Recognized Attributes of leaders with a high EQ:
Paul Goldsmith shares some thoughts on what it takes to be an emotionally intelligent leader and increase your EQ.