641 Ch 5 Emotional Intelligence

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/21/11 5. H ow Emotional I ntelligence, Skills and By Ronald H. Humphrey Copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved 6/21/11 Ser gey Br in and Lar r y Page, Google: H ow I Q Plus EQ Equals Phenomenal One of the fastest growing companies in history, and within 10 years had advertising revenues of $16 billion a yearalmost as much revenue as the four largest television networks combined Both Sergey Brin and Larry Page had college professors for parents and neither one had 6/21/11 Sergey and Larry entered PhD programs at Stanford, where they created the A math prodigy, Sergey quit high school after his junior year so he could attend the University of Maryland full time, and he graduated college in 3 years. Larry graduated with honors from the University of Michigans engineering school, where he helped build the 1993 national champion Maize & Blue solar car. Larry also took part in 6/21/11 Emotional intelligence and To grow to 20,000 employees, they needed the emotional intelligence and competencies that would allow them to persuade, attract, and motivate these thousands of talented and experienced employees. they value emotional expressiveness, they show empathy towards both their 6/21/11 Emotional expression, creativity, 20% rule The extent to which they value emotional expression is shown by their pick of an experienced CEO to help them run Google: Dr. Eric Schmidt. Schmidt won their approval in part because helike Larry and Sergey attended the Burning Man festivals. These festivals combine art, music, and freewheeling behavior, and are an outpost for radical personal expression (Lowe, page 43). Valued creativity and 6/21/11 Empathy High salaries, benefits Gourmet quality meals (Google spends $7,530 per year per employee for food) Brin and Page created their charity, Google.org, at the same time as they held their public stock options, and they are leaders in What is Google.or g? Google.org uses Google's strengths in information and technology to build products and advocate for policies that address global challenges. "We hope someday [Google.org] may eclipse Google itself 6/21/11 Emotional I ntelligence A volunteer will come up to the front of the class and silently read a word describing a particular emotion or facial expression. The volunteer then acts out or expresses the emotion through facial expressions and body language. The class will try to guess....
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course MGMT 524 taught by Professor Andrews,r during the Spring '08 term at VCU.

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