Dear All
Please find a Presentation on Importance of " Emotional Intelligence for Managers" which I have developed in light of its usefulness for self management, managing others, retaining employees and creating a friendly culture resulting in motivation , retention & success.
Shalini Singh

From India, Pune

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Very comprehensive, colorful and interesting presentation.

It is said that a great cricket or Tennis player is one who can play well in a majority of diverse conditions if not all conditions. Similarly, the basic thrust should be how to ensure that emotional intelligence is sustained in a majority of work situations. At higher levels it gets tougher because of the complexities involved. I don't think that emotional intelligence can be made functional in a majority of circumstances if people are not passionate about their jobs.

Excerpts from Daniel Goleman's "Working with emotional intelligence"-

"Except for the financially desperate, people do not work for money alone. What also fuels their passion for work is a larger sense of purpose or passion. Given the opportunity, people gravitate towards what gives them meaning, to what engages to their fullest commitment, talent, energy and skill. When people know what they did best and enjoyed, their performance excelled because they made choices that kept them focused and energized.People who feel that their work is repetitive and boring have a higher risk of heart disease than those who feel that their best skills are expressed in their work."

One of India's greatest industrialists Aditya Birla used to say " Business at the bottom level is a science and at higher levels is an art". Since emotional intelligence has a strong weightage in that art, excerpts from Harvard Business Review's "The mind of a leader" are worth noting:-

“If you are looking for leaders, how can you identify people who are motivated by the drive to achieve rather than by external rewards? The first sign is a passion for the work itself — such people seek out creative challenges, love to learn and take grade pride in a job well done. They also display an unflagging energy to do things better and are forever raising the performance bar.”

Only if you have such energy can you exercise emotional intelligence with everyone else in a majority of circumstances. Often it's the people who are very successful financially who find themselves asking, "Is this all there is?" But it's more than time and it's more than money. In a recent cover story of Fortune magazine, one executive was quoted as saying "You get to the top of the ladder and find that maybe it's leaning against the wrong building." How can such people who are in conflict with their own selves exercise emotional intelligence with others. In the introductory page of , there are examples of people who have written entire books on how dissatisfied they are.

Focus should be on the working knowledge of emotional intelligence.

From India, New Delhi
Dear Shalini,
Its really nice that creating friendly env in office, making there job intresting.. It's really nice
Keep it up All the best!
Thanks & Regards


Thanks, Shalini. Something more came as an afterthought. To do voluntary work for a cause also requires emotional commitment of a different kind. I know three parents of mentally challenged children who have floated NGOs to help others or former Pakistan captain Imran Khan building a cancer hospital for the poor because his mother died of cancer.
It cannot be called intelligence perhaps but the deep commitment often comes when your own emotions are stirred because of personal suffering though it may not always be so.

From India, New Delhi

Dear Shalini, You have done a good job. its really useful and informative too. Keep it up. All the best. Regards, Ganga
From India, Bangalore
hey shalini, its a fab job tht you have done and very kind to share it with all of us, especially with many of young babies like me who have just entred the Hr stream. thnks agagin Shruti Bhandari :D
From India, Hyderabad
Hi Shalini,
very well presented.
Best Regards

From Kuwait, Kuwait
anil kaushik

intelligent presentation. made complex subject in to a simple one.
My sincere appreciation.
anil kaushik
chief editor, BUSINESS MANAGER
smriti sadan, 28, raghu marg, alwar-301001 (raj) india

From India, Delhi
thanks a lot!! really good one.... read the attached article by CCL - "stress of leadership". do we make an attempt to use EI and reduce stress of leadership? regards sridhar

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hi shalini..
taht was a good presentaation..thanks alot ....
i am also designing a training program on leadership..also in plan to design a program for emotional intelligence...please find time to forward any suggetions or materials concerning these two programs...

From India, Bangalore

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