Unformatted text preview: participants in CCL's Leadership Development Program (LDP), were assessed through Benchmarks, a 360-degree feedback instrument that gives managers insights into how their bosses, peers, direct reports, and they themselves perceive their leadership strengths and development needs. The managers also completed the BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-iTM), with which people assess themselves on fifteen components of emotional intelligence. The BarOn EQ-i was developed through nineteen years of research conducted around the world by clinical psychologist Reuven Bar-On and is published by Multi-Health Systems of North Tonawanda, New York. The results from Benchmarks and the BarOn EQ-i were correlated to reveal associations between leadership skills, perspectives, and derailment factors and aspects of emotional intelligence. The senior-level managers in the study averaged just under fortythree years old. Seventy-three percent were male, 81 percent were white, and 90 percent had a minimum of a bachelor's degree. 5 L I A VO LU M E 2 1...
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- Spring '09
- ccl, Connection Leadership Skills and Emotional Intelligence