AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
(From Business Day (South Africa))
Byline: Erica Webster
Emotional intelligence is vital THE race is on to produce inspirational leaders who can deliver results in the shortest period of time, but research indicates that up to 75% of executives entering new roles fail to meet expectations within 18 months.
Avoiding executive derailment is hot on the agenda of leaders and economic decision-makers, says executive life strategist Dr Kay Brugge.
But are we not setting young executives up for failure? he asks. Research has shown that insufficient development of emotional competence can be a major contributor to being demoted, fired or reaching …