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How to be a High EQ Leader: Shape Culture

In a time when women were supposed to focus on their families and perhaps reach out to their neighbors, Eleanor Roosevelt became involved in political activity and social justice. She delved into issues of economic and social equality. She actively worked to create a culture that was more tolerant, more equitable, more compassionate, more inclusive and more politically active. Leaders can look at her work to create this kind of culture to measure their own culture-building efforts. With quotes from Scott Mabry and Chris Edmonds, this article looks at how leaders can build a culture that is safe and inspiring for every person every day.


How to Be a High EQ Leader: Nurture Relationships

Three leadership experts, Dan Rockwell, LaRae Quy and Shawn Upchurch, answer the question: What do High EQ Leaders do that other leaders do not? Their focus on nurturing relationships leads to 10 reminders for leaders about how they can build and nurture strong and authentic relationships.

High EQ Leaders Communicate With More than Just Words

How to be a High EQ Leader: Communicate

Hi EQ Leaders Communicate with their words, with their ability to listen and with their physical presence. With a description of a very High EQ leader and quotes from Tamara McCleary, Charlee Hanna and Shawn Murphy, this article explores what it takes to be an effective communicator who can inspire passion and productive action.