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Let’s not pretend that, just because professionals recognise the need for emotionally-intelligent leadership in organisations, the job is done.

It’s one thing to understand the theory, to familiarise ourselves with the solutions.

It’s quite another to build an organisation with an emotionally-intelligent leadership culture.  This means that people need to apply their emotional intelligence skills regularly and consistently.

Reading Daniel Goleman’s book ‘Focus’ last week, I was struck by the unspoken challenges of introducing emotional intelligence competencies into organisations.

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