Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence
Leadership is not only about command - great leaders create deep emotional connections with other people, called resonance. They lead through mindfulness, hope, compassion, and playfulness.
The course examines ways of how to develop "resonant leadership" capability and emotional intelligence, using the latest research in neuroscience and psychology.
It focuses on questions as what is great leadership, renewal and antidote of chronic stress, emotional, social, and cognitive intelligence competencies. You will be encouraged to think about people and relationships that inspired you, discuss how to coach with compassion and peer coaching, how to inspire change through hope and vision, develop shared vision for teams and organisation and at last what is The Real self versus Faux self.
And a few hand-picked article on a leadership:
The Emotional Adventure of Leadership
"What the Heck Is Wrong With My Leadership?"
More useful articles in the post.
An Introduction to Corporate Finance
This course introduces corporate financial management and investments, providing students with concepts and tools for analyzing financial decisions.
The topics discusses objective function for corporations, calculating present values, comparison of investment criteria including practical aspects of the NPV rule, valuation of values and bonds, measuring risk, statistics review, theory of asset pricing, capital budgeting and capital asset pricing models.
UNESCO AND LSE REPORT ABOUT RIO'S FAVELAS
The Underground Sociabilities book written by London School of Economics (LSE) in partnership with UNESCO Office in Brazil, Itaú Cultural Institute, Itaú Social Foundation, AfroReggae and CUFA explores the alternative ways to integration and sociability developed by communities that live in extreme conditions of social exclusion and misery, and aims to disseminate methodology of work with and for youth developed by AfroReggae and CUFA.
You can download Executive summary or whole book for free.