Posted 6.30.16

Christina Barss, PhD '15

Excerpt from "Model & Develop Your Executive EQ" by Christina Barss, PhD '15:

Developing the powerful executive presence and emotional intelligence skill sets is easy and natural with “leaders as teachers” approach. This blog post explores best practices, frameworks and three actions you can take now to implement the “leaders as teachers” concept.

Building on the traditional paradigm: An effective teacher ensures that every moment in a classroom is purposeful - an effective executive leader ensures that every moment in the boardroom is purposeful and meaningful. When executed well, “leaders as teachers” is a low-barrier-to-entry talent management strategy with a potentially high return. With visionary backing by the C-suite, it is the concerted cultivation of a learning organization. Literature is rich with how learning organizations are nimble, flexible and adept at dealing with ambiguity.

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