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Moral Intelligence: Enhancing Business Performance and Leadership Success
By: Lennick, Doug; Kiel, Fred

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Synopsis:
Drawing on extensive original research, Douglas Lennick and Fred Kiel demonstrate how the best performing companies have leaders with a strong moral compass and the ability to follow it -- even in a world that may reward bad behavior in the short run.

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Jacket Description:
There is a powerful correlation between strong moral principles and business success. In this book, two globally respected leadership experts illuminate that connection, define the specific competencies that comprise "moral intelligence," and show exactly how to promote it throughout your organization.
Drawing on extensive original research, Douglas Lennick and Fred Kiel demonstrate how the best performing companies have leaders with a strong moral compass and the ability to follow it -- even in a world that may reward bad behavior in the short run.
Lennick and Kiel identify and help you build the moral skills leaders need most, including integrity, responsibility, compassion, and forgiveness. They offer realistic guidance on being a moral leader in both large organizations and entrepreneurial ventures: guidance reflecting decades of experience coaching executives at the very highest levels.
Moral Intelligence also introduces the breakthrough Moral and Emotional Competency Inventory (MECI): an indispensable metric to assess where you and your organization stand right now.
In recent years, companies have discovered the value of Emotional Intelligence (EI). But EI isn't enough: only leaders with strong moral intelligence can build the trust and commitment that are the foundation of truly great businesses. Be one of those leaders, lead one of those companies, with Moral Intelligence.
The business case for Moral Intelligence
How winning executives use "MI" to outperform their competitors
Promoting Moral Intelligence in your business
Step-by-step techniques for both established and entrepreneurial organizations
Understanding the corecompetencies of Moral Intelligence
Focusing on what matters: integrity, responsibility, compassion, and forgiveness
"Baking in" character, principles, and moral skills
Choosing principled leaders, and supporting them with a culture of principle
Breakthrough metrics for evaluating your organization -- and yourself
Using the powerful new Moral and Emotional Competency Inventory (MECI)
Discover the secret that makes great leaders and builds great companies:
Moral Intelligence
Master specific competencies for putting your principles into practice
Get past the false conflict between doing right and doing well
Promote moral intelligence throughout your organization, one step at a time


About the Author
Douglas Lennick led 14,000 professionals and support teams at American Express Financial Advisors to unparalleled success. Today, in addition to his work as a partner at Lennick Aberman, he continues to work directly with American Express CEO, retaining the title of EVP and focusing on workforce culture and performance. He is known worldwide for his expertise in driving business results by improving managers' emotional competence.
Fred Kiel, Ph.D., co-founder of KRW International, Inc., brings over 30 years of experience to his work with Fortune 500 executives on building organizational effectiveness through leadership excellence and aligning organization with mission. Kiel is often called the "father of executive coaching" for his pioneering work in this field. Before founding KRW, Kiel worked with senior executives in private practice, developing a rigorous data-gathering and customized development process designed to provide executives with transformative feedback. Several of Kiel's clients have achieved the rank of CEO.



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Table of Contents:
Introduction.
I. MORAL INTELLIGENCE.
1. Good Business.
2. Born to Be Moral.
3. Your Moral Compass.
4. Staying True to Your Moral Compass.
II. DEVELOPING MORAL SKILLS.
5. Integrity.
6. Responsibility.
7. Compassion and Forgiveness.
8. Emotions.
III. MORAL LEADERSHIP.
9. The Moral Leader.
10. Leading Large Organizations.
11. Moral Intelligence for the Entrepreneur.
Epilogue. Corporate Morality, Global Survival and Prosperity.
Appendix A. Assessing and EnhancingYour Moral Competence.
Appendix B. The Moral Competence Inventory (MCI).
Appendix C. MCI Instructions.
Appendix D. MCI Scoring and Interpretation Worksheet.


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