Emotional Intelligence affects how we manage our emotions, navigate relationships, and achieve positive results.
Question for Leaders:
Where is your spotlight?
For some leaders, the spotlight should be on them. Some leaders relish the attention. What if we shifted the focus of the spotlight to the people we have been asked to lead? I challenge you to practice the short course on emotional intelligence.
- People watch your example and then follow your lead.
- Serving others is a strength and a sign of confidence and centeredness.
- You’ll discover greater joy and purpose as you put others first.
- People will admire, respect, and gladly serve with you.
Here’s to shifting the spotlight on others!
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“The purpose of Leadership Quest is to help professionals develop their personal leadership, vision and emotional intelligence. Everyday I strive to help leaders and teams achieve their desired goals in sales productivity, leadership, time maximization, and life-balance. ”
About the Author
Steve Gutzler is the President of Leadership Quest, a Seattle-based leadership development company. Steve is a dynamic, highly-sought-after speaker who has delivered more than 2,500 presentations to a list of clients including Microsoft, Starbucks, the Seattle Seahawks, Pandora Radio, Boeing, Cisco, Starwood Corporation, the Ritz Carlton group, and the U.S. Social Security Administration. He recently was voted #1 by the readership of Huffington Post as the Most Inspirational Leader on Social Media.
A published author on leadership and emotional intelligence, Steve resides near Seattle with his wife Julie where they enjoy time with their three adult children and six grandchildren.