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Corporate Emotional Intelligence

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Corporate Emotional Intelligence

Being Human in a Corporate World

AUTHOR : By Gareth Chick

ISBN : 9781912508044

Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2018

Extent : 224 pgs

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Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2018

Extent : 224 pgs

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Edition No : 1

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Extent : 224 pgs

ISBN : 9781912508075

Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2018

Extent : 224 pgs

Description

Corporate Emotional Intelligence is a seminal work for business in the twenty-first century. It analyses how human behaviour is conditioned within corporate cultures, and how managers come to adopt unconscious controlling habits that are counter-productive and that create cultures of fear. The book introduces us to the Corporapath and the Corporate Hostage and to the unique anxiety disorder CTSD – Corporate Traumatic Stress Disorder, yielding a profound new level of self awareness for all corporate citizens.

Corporate success now requires a different kind of human intelligence: IQ + EQ is no longer sufficient. Leaders need highly developed CEQ, which is the ability to read, understand and then manage the psychological states and behaviours that are unique to corporate cultures, and the book outlines the 4 Pillars of CEQ.

With a developing understanding and skill in CEQ, leaders will be equipped to implement a ‘Collaborative Equity’ form of Corporatism in their organisational design, their operating model and their culture, achieving a genuine state of shared ownership, shared responsibility and shared rewards. 

Corporate Emotional Intelligence is the textbook for Leaders for the 21st Century.

"In the same way that Daniel Goleman’s work on emotional intelligence (EQ) dramatically shifted our view on how non-cognitive skills matter as much as IQ,  Gareth’s CEQ will inspire a new wave of thinking." 

Michael W. Morrison, Ph.D.
Founder and Dean,  University of Toyota

 

Contents

Introduction      

Section 1    What’s The Problem With Corporatism?

Chapter 1    What’s the Inherent Problem with Corporatism? 

Chapter 2    How Modern People Management Sustains the Status Quo

Chapter 3    What Happens if Nothing Changes? 

 

Section 2     The Science of Corporatism

Chapter 4    How Our Brains Created Corporatism and How Corporatism is Now Altering Our Brains! 

Chapter 5     Introducing The Corporapath – You and I 

Chapter 6     Introducing the Corporate Hostage – You and I

Chapter 7     CTSD – Corporate Traumatic Stress Disorder

 

Section 3     The 4 Pillars of CEQ

Chapter 8     Introducing The 4 Pillars of CEQ

Chapter 9     Pillar 1  Awareness of Our Unconscious Controlling Habits – OUCH!

Chapter 10   Pillar 2  Promoting Positive Learning

Chapter 11   Pillar 3  Transparency and Vulnerability

Chapter 12   Pillar 4  A Grip on Reality

Author

Gareth Chick is Founder and Managing Partner of Collaborative Equity LLP, “promoting corporate cultures and sustainable business models of shared ownership, shared responsibility and shared rewards.” Gareth has an outstanding track record as CFO, CEO and Chairman in both public and private companies, including private equity. He is a highly sought after consultant working in major corporations around the world - clients include Google, Heathrow, Twitter, Dixons Carphone, Linkedin, Soundcloud, Travis Perkins, B&Q and Vodafone. Gareth is also a high profile Executive Coach (200+ senior executives in Europe and the US, including FTSE100 and Fortune 500) and the designer of leadership training programmes (5000+ managers across 25 countries).    

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In the same way that Daniel Goleman’s work on emotional intelligence (EQ) dramatically shifted our view on how non-cognitive skills matter as much as IQ,  Gareth’s CEQ will inspire a new wave of thinking. 

Mike Morrison, University of Toyota
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