books pdf Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for College StudentsAuthor Marcy L. Shankman – Bilb-weil.de

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Is A Groundbreaking Book That Combines The Concepts Of Emotional Intelligence And Leadership In One Modelemotionally Intelligent Leadership EIL This Important Resource Offers Students A Practical Guide For Developing Their EIL Capacities And Emphasizes That Leadership Is A Learnable Skill That Is Based On Developing Healthy And Effective Relationships Step By Step, The Authors Outline The EIL Model Consciousness Of Context, Consciousness Of Self, And Consciousness Of Others And Explore The Capacities That Define The Emotionally Intelligent Leader


5 thoughts on “Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for College Students

  1. WDX2BB WDX2BB says:

    Some people say that Slap Shot is the best hockey movie ever made.Pffft.Hockey fans will tell you that Slap Shot is the greatest movie of all time And then will recite lines and lines of dialogue about the movie without prompting.It s taken than 30 years, but Jonathon Jackson has come up with the full story about this classic in The Making of Slap Shot About time.Slap Shot was made in 1976 and released witin the next year It s the story of a minor league hockey team that s ready to go under, and turns into the toughest team in the Federal League in an effort to intimidate opponents It works The Charlestown Chiefs go on a memorable winning streak.The cast of the movie is topped by Paul Newman yes, that Paul Newman in one of his favorite film roles He s the player coach who knows he s close to the end of the road as a player and as a coach with this group Reggie Dunlop isn t exactly a hero here, but he hits the right notes in bringing the character to life nicely as the center of the film The supporting cast worked well under the direction of George Roy Hill.The script is the key to the movie, written by Nancy Dowd who had her brother tape record the style of conversation on his hockey team She gets the tone exactly right, as anyone who has been around a hockey team will tell you, and gets laughs everywhere The book s author makes a great point that while toning down the vile language might have helped the box office quite a bit and we weren t used to such talk back then in our movies it did make it a better movie.Jackson talked to everyone he could find who was still around for this book he even exchanged e mails and faxes with Newman before the actor s death The list also does seem to include practically every living member of the cast and crew, the residents of Johnstown, Pa., where the movie was filmed, behind the scenes executives, and so on It s certainly the complete version of how the movie came to be.There are a couple of drawbacks here, and one is obvious You really have to like the movie, a lot, as the author does and as the participants of the movie do Naturally, those who are less enthusiastic about Slap Shot probably would never pick up a book about this movie to begin with, so that s not much of an issue.In addition, many of the actors are linked to their character s names in interviews It s difficult to tell everyone apart at times, particularly when it comes to obscure members of the team that might not even be called by name in the story A reviewer on .com made a great point when suggesting that pictures would been a great idea, although just a full list of the cast would have helped too.The Making of Slap Shot ought to satisfy anyone s curiosity about this movie, especially if you ever brought a copy of it to play on a bus ride with a hockey team from Hartford to Buffalo As I did Every one on the bus knew every line, too.


  2. G.J. Head G.J. Head says:

    Wow What a fantastic book Not only does the author go into great detail about the making of the movie, he also gets very involved in the back stories of the Johnstown Jets and all the real characters and situations of the movie.I picked this up expecting a basic book that didn t get into too much detail, but what I ended up reading was a fantastic retrospective on not only the making of the movie, but fantastic backgrounds on all the stories that led to the movie.I really appreciated the detail given on the city of Johnstown as well as the background stories of minor league hockey during the time It was even cooler seeing my mom and dad quoted a few times This is a great book to pick up not only for fans of Slap Shot, but also hockey fans who never seen the movie do those people even exist I had a hard time putting this book down I m glad I bought it


  3. Chris C. Chris C. says:

    This book basically goes behind the scenes and behind the story of the greatest sports and hockey movie of all time IMHO For the most part, ome of the anecdotes and language used is downright hilarious, but in other parts, some of the one off background information makes the book seem long to anyone but the most hardcore movie buff.Any way you slice it though, if you re a fan of the movie, this should be required reading


  4. Suburban Suburban says:

    If you re a fan of the movie and Paul Newman you ll enjoy this book.


  5. Lisha A Bracco Lisha A Bracco says:

    He is a hockey player and a referee As anyone looking at this review knows this movie was like the bible to hockey players Reciting lines in the locker room, watching it a million times This book helps tie it all together and relates some great stories into how the movie became what it was including what actors were clambering to get into this film Di Niro for instance wanting to be Reggie can you imagine Buy it for the Hockey fan in your life they will LOVE IT