Created by:  Case Western Reserve University

  • Richard Boyatzis

    Taught by:  Richard Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor, and a Professor in the Departments of Organizational Behavior, Psychology, and Cognitive Science

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Commitment12 hours videos, quizzes, and homework
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English, Subtitles: Arabic, French, Ukrainian, Chinese (Simplified), Turkish, Kazakh
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.7 stars
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Case Western Reserve University
Case Western Reserve University is a leading national research university located in Cleveland, Ohio. Through its seven schools and college, Case Western Reserve offers top-10 programs in health law, organizational behavior and social work and top-25 programs in biomedical engineering, international law, medicine and nursing. More than 4,000 undergraduate and nearly 6,000 graduate and professional students are enrolled at CWRU, representing all 50 states and more than 90 countries.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 228 ratings

This is Sujit. I am a learning and development professional and in human resource development and transforming human life since last 13 years. I am delighted and excited today that Prof Boyatzis has designed this part of the course on Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence.

I had gone though the books of Prof. Richard Boyatzis on Primal Leadership, Resonant Leadership and the book of Emotional Intelligence and Working With Emotional Intelligence. Above all the assignment designed, the AV and the reference materials are outstanding. The quiz are really though provoking and hard to pass...( My feedback not demeaning others). I suggest that when Prof. Boyatzis is speaking write down what he is saying. A copy book is must for this program. I you donot understand read the transcripts again and again. Play the AV again and again. Great insights and tough course ( again my feedback). Prof will make you understand clearly what RL, DL, PEA, NEA, IS, RS, Emotional, Social and Cognitive Competencies, The Positive (PEA) and Negative (NEA) Emotional Attractors, The Real Self vs. Faux Self, Team Change and Developing Social Identity, Survive and Thrive Balancing the PEA and NEA, The Battle Between the Ideal Self and Ought Self, The Beginning of Your Personal Vision... so many areas to covered specially the Para sympathetic Nervous System. The Fifth week assignment is a must to know the PEA and the NEA transfer and how to bring back NEA to PEA... a must if working as a coach.

I really enlightened and delighted to take this course. My best regards to Prof. Richard Boyatzis to design this excellent program. Thank you Coursera for bringing it to students and professional.

All the best to the champs...

This has been a fantastic journey. Dr Boyatzis is inspirational and I have enjoyed his short lectures every week. I have learnt the basics about the concepts I can apply when coaching as a student advisor on a daily basis.

I really liked the scientific base of the whole course, and the lively lectures. It was a great pleasure to do this course...

This is more than just a course, it opens up a new way of thinking about business. This is not hyperbole, I have finished 15 business courses prior to this one and this one brings the most impactful subject matter to the table. The reading is a bit frustrating because it is academic papers and not articles.