26 Mar In Primal Leadership, which I coauthored with Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee, we describe four styles of leadership that create resonance. Developing resonant leaders through emotional intelligence, vision and coaching. Richard E. Boyatzis, Melvin L. Smith, Ellen Van Oosten, Lauris Woolford. focusing on the interaction between compassion and resonant leadership within . responsibility) and relationship management (Boyatzis and McKee, ).
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Jul 23, Stephen rated it liked it. When stresses and crises occur, this is the time to rely on those relationships and attack problems head on. This book offered a few more insights than some.
Renewal an important part of leadership especially when feeling as if you are sacrificing too much. I had no idea I would love this book so much but this has quickly become one of the favorite leadership books I have read. The narration of the book was good enough for what it is and maintained my attention at most times.
Some of the exercises were helpful, while others seemed redundant. Anyone who leads people. Very insightful book about leadership. As bohatzis most business books, I don’t think the objective is to give you the answers but to facilitate good discussion about the subject.
Jan 09, Angelique Scharine resohant it it was amazing. The major issue I have with it is that its recommendations are vague and left without conclusion.
I like the ideas of continual renewal though. Read for lead class first semester at Willamette. The world seems wrought with dissonant leadership so I will aim to make positive, resonant change. An interesting thought for a business book- How do leaders fight burnout?
Jun 07, Roberto Yanguas rated it it was amazing. It’s a subject that you don’t always think about.
I will use the book’s lessons to further my work and contributions to my community. How to avoid it”. Many people fail when they withdraw and deny problems. They tended to contradict themselves though, at one point saying exercise couldn’t provide enough relief, but in another, describing a successfully resonant executive’s regular running to be his specific meditative practice. Resonant leadership is a book about emotional intelligence as a core platform to competent leadership.
Using his Intentional Change Theory ICT and complexity theory, he continues to research sustained, desired change at all levels of human endeavor: Trivia About Resonant Leadersh Just a moment while boyatizs sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jun 01, Brett rated it really liked it. Mar 25, Brent rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 27, Crysta hoyatzis it liked it Shelves: I think that this generally does that. It is so logical that leaders are lulled into sacrificing themselves for their jobs, goals, etc.
It is a little short on method. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. And the kind of leaders we all wish we hadbut rarely experience.
I love the concept of resonant leadership and decentralized leadership. There is also a component of this that underscores the need to manage ones’ health and relationships in all areas of one’s life. To ask other readers questions about Resonant Leadershipplease sign up. Aug 23, Linda rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Langer Full Catastrophe Living: Weatley Leaderxhip and The New Science: It is very well written and very helpful.
A great follow up to Primal Leadership and a lot more practical, allows the reader to experiment with exercises in trying to develop leadership skills. Important stuff, but again, nothing new.
I keep going back and reading and re-reading this book. Practice mindfulnessHope and compassion. Best quote, “leaders who pay attention to the whole self–mind, body, heart, resonabt spirit–can literally be quicker, smarter, happier, and more effective than those who focus too narrowly on short-term success” p.
Overall, I appreciated the concept, but it could have been much more concise.
Feb 17, Reynaldo rated it eladership was amazing. Although I might end up getting a physical version as a reference and perhaps to do some of the exercises at the end of each chapter. But this book is so much bigger than the title suggests. Boyatzis explains the how and why extraordinarily thoroughly. Refresh and try again.