Leadership Staffing

Developing Social Intelligence in Managers

Staffing - Developing Social Intelligence in Managers

An important aspect of being a successful leader is to be able to connect well with others at a human level and get them to voluntarily follow your vision. This is social intelligence. Managers are measured on getting the job done vs. interpersonal effectiveness. How do we groom managers who are step up leadership candidates on this vital trait?

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Jim Smith

Jim Smith, CIO, Office of Information Technology, State of Maine

Jim Smith CIO, Office of Information Technology, State of Maine Jim Smith is currently the Chief Information Officer for the State of Maine. As such, he will direct and oversee all Information Technology policymaking, planning, arch... More   View all posts
Dr. Jonathan Reichental

Dr. Jonathan Reichental, Chief Information Officer, City of Palo Alto

For over 25 years, Dr. Jonathan Reichental has been successfully helping organizations leverage the value of information and communications technology to solve business problems, increase effectiveness, and support revenue growth. He has ex... More   View all posts
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