The Four Pillars of Leadership
Daniel Goleman’s research clarifies that when leaders have emotional intelligence, their impact on organizational culture enhances operational and financial success. Using this research as a foundation, Tresane uses The Four Pillars of Leadership to create a common language and framework for effective teams to adopt the skills needed to navigate a fast-paced, complex world.
• Emotional self-awareness: the ability to read your emotions, spotting their impact on work performance, relationships, etc.
• Accurate self-assessment: a realistic evaluation of strengths and limitations.
• Self-confidence: a strong and positive sense of self-worth
• Self-Control: ability to control disruptive emotions and impulses.
• Trustworthiness: the consistent display of honesty and integrity.
• Conscientiousness: ability to manage yourself and your responsibilities.
• Adaptability: ability to adjust to changing situations and overcome obstacles.
• Achievement orientations: drive to meet an internal standard of excellence.
• Initiative: a readiness to seize opportunities.
Reading Others (awareness)
•Empathy: the ability to sense other people’s emotions, understand their perspective, and take an interest in their concerns.
• Organizational awareness: ability to read currents.
• Service orientation: the ability to recognize and meet customers’ needs.
Navigating Diverse Viewpoint (skill)
• Visionary leadership: ability to lead toward a compelling vision.
• Influence: ability to wield a range of persuasive tactics.
• Developing others: supporting others through feedback and guidance.
• Communication: skilled listener and able to deliver a clear, well-tuned message.
• Change catalyst: able to initiate new ideas and lead people in a new direction.
• Conflict management: ability to deescalate disagreements and orchestrate resolutions.
• Building bonds: proficiency at cultivating and maintaining a web of relationships.
• Teamwork and collaboration: can promote cooperation and build teams.