TOWARDS EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADERS: EI IN AN AI WORLD
For the last century, management research has been highly prolific in a debated search of a silver bullet predicting Leadership efficiency, and increasingly linked to a tough debate on emotional intelligence definition, components and measurement. Since the founding principles developed by social and organisational psychologists, the definition of multiple intelligences and the raise of (neo-)human theories, what have we learnt so far?
In a VUCA world, being a “good” leader is neither having the cognitive knowledge nor solely about being a reliable manager. Emotional intelligence appears as a game changer in over-performing teams, and a key lever for engagement, satisfaction and collective intelligence.
While managers and leaders live in an increasingly digital world, AI is answering many wicked problems. Will AI crack the EI code?