Leadership Psychology

4 Key Branches of Emotional Intelligence

Developing emotional intelligence is learning how to respond rather than react and then helping others on your team to do the same. Learning how to respond effectively starts with understanding what we call the Emotional Intelligence Management Tree. The Emotional Intelligence tree is made up of four key branches, each branch growing together to develop strong… read more

Mindset Separates Extraordinary Leaders from Average Leaders

Extraordinary leaders have the mindset to achieve and inspire greatness. What differentiates a leader who has a great possibility for success from one that is simply average is their mindset. Their mindset dictates how they think, what drives their life, the kind of decisions that they make, and the problems that they can solve. Extraordinary… read more

Adapt Your Management Personality Type to Your Team

What can you do with your management personality type so others find it easier to work with you? Over the last couple weeks, we’ve discussed how to identify the four primary personality types and how to manage different personality types on your team. Today, we will take a closer look at your management personality type,… read more

How to Manage Different Personality Types

Learn how to manage different personality types to lead your team to greater productivity. Last week, we discussed traits that help you identify different personality types in your organization. Today, we’re discussing how to manage different personality types to help you communicate with and lead your team more effectively. One of the interesting things about… read more

4 Personality Types that all Leaders Should Learn to Recognize

Different personality types work and communicate in very different ways. Learning how to identify and understand personality types based on common characteristics is a key component to effective, practical leadership. The Golden Rule states: Treat others the way you want to be treated. While this is generally a good rule of thumb, the reality is… read more