Well developed EQ leads to good corporate governance

Until thought is linked with purpose there is no intelligent accomplishment. Achieving good corporate governance is intelligent accomplishment. Not necessarily achieved just with high IQ but also with the driving force of high emotional intelligence. The achievement of good corporate governance is part of any leaders’ purpose in the company. The skills and competencies that are developed by high emotional intelligence seem to be one of the foundational cornerstones that lead to the achievement of good corporate governance.  There is also a significant cost to bad corporate governance.

High developed EQ helps with thinking, thinking leads to unusual clarity. A leader must lift their thinking above the slavish ordinary thoughts of the individuals who are comfortable on their plateau. These individuals are only driven by immediate self-interest, their thoughts not linked with overall purpose yet.

Unusual clarity leads to better perception and management of emotions and that leads to better actions for the creation of good corporate governance. A high developed EQ will further ensure better decision-making in balancing the interests of a company’s many stakeholders such as managers, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community.  EQ skills such as self-control, self- awareness, awareness of others, authenticity, emotional reasoning, self management, and inspiring performance is the crown to glorious achievement.

In an era of unprecedented business challenge, these EQ skills matter like never before.

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About Marcus van Wyk - Inspire Motivate Challenge

Marcus is a leading and legendary South African and African Speaker, Teacher, and Assessor in the science of Emotional Intelligence for leadership, and workplace human development. He has 35 years experience which includes executive and non-executive directorships in South Africa and the UK. He is regarded as one of the most influential speakers on the African continent in regards to organisational and human development. Call 0828554383 or email marcus@marcusvanwyk.com or contact Karin Clark at 0824680221 or karin@marcusvanwyk.com
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