From NY Times: What makes a great leader? Knowl­edge, smarts and vision, to be sure. To that, Daniel Goleman, author of “Lead­er­ship: The Power of Emotional Intel­li­gence,” would add the ability to iden­tify and monitor emotions — your own and others’ — and to manage rela­tion­ships. Qual­i­ties asso­ci­ated with such “emotional intel­li­gence” distin­guish the best leaders in the corpo­rate world, according to Mr. Goleman, a former New York Times science reporter, a psychol­o­gist and co-director of a consor­tium at Rutgers Univer­sity to foster research on the role emotional intel­li­gence plays in excel­lence. He shares his short list of the compe­ten­cies. · Go to How to be emotion­ally intel­li­gent →