O’Donoghue’s latest book shows how to activate emotional intelligence leadership “superpowers” to become relevant, respected…and indispensable
DES MOINES, IA, UNITED STATES, June 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- With the demand for emotional intelligence skills set to increase six-fold in 3-5 years according to recent research by Capgemini, the need for emotionally intelligent leaders is on the rise.
The new book How to Be an Emotionally Intelligent Leader (While Crushing Your Goals) was created to “help you unlock the best kept secret to a long and prosperous career—your own emotional intelligence—and how you can use it to lead yourself and those around you in a way that makes you relevant, respected and indispensable.”
To accomplish this goal, longtime executive, emotional intelligence leadership champion and coach Cheryl O’Donoghue, has created a unique business guide which features compelling storytelling from 20 leaders of different ages and backgrounds, an eye-opening “superpowers” self-assessment and plenty of intriguing exercises to:
Discover your unique emotional intelligence leadership superpowers
Gain important insights into how your superpowers work for you
Learn how to develop and amplify your superpowers to overcome obstacles and achieve your goals with greater ease and confidence
Customize your own personal plan to raise your leadership game and feel more fulfilled and satisfied with your work
While some books on emotional intelligence development are more theoretical and complex, this one breaks the mold.
“Emotional intelligence is rapidly being recognized as one of our most important relationship skills, and with How to be an Emotionally Intelligent Leader author Cheryl O'Donoghue cements her status as an expert on this subject,” says one of the book’s early reviewers, Nate Westre from MMIT Business Solutions Group.
Visit cherylodonoghue.com or BnEiLeader.com for more information on the author, her books, and other resources she has available to develop emotional intelligence leadership in companies and individuals.