6 edition of Executive Intelligence found in the catalog.
November 28, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Justin Menkes is a managing director of the Executive Intelligence Group (EIG), a leading provider of executive assessment services to global corporations.
EIG is an exclusive partner of Spencer Stuart, the world's preeminent executive search by: Executive Intelligence is about the substance behind great leadership. Inspired by the work of Peter Drucker and Jim Collins, Justin Menkes set out to isolate the qualities that make for the 'right' people.
Drawing on his background in psychology and bolstered by interviews with accomplished CEOs, Menkes paints the portrait of the ideal executive. Executive Intelligence: What All Great Leaders Have - Kindle edition by Menkes, Justin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Executive Intelligence: What All Great Leaders Have/5(46). This book discusses what's necessary to be successful in large business organizations, which the author terms "Executive Intelligence." He boils it down to 1) being able to define the real problems and high priority issues, 2) being able to work with/through others, understanding their positions, agendas, and likely reaction, and 3) improve/adapt oneself/5.
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He is CEO of Advanced Intelligence Technologies, an executive and organizational consulting and training firm headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and San Francisco/5(20). Executive Intelligence Review has compiled an incredible amount of information on the world drug trade and who is behind the profits that are made.
This book along with Bloodlines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeire and Dr. John Coleman's books The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations and The Committee of are an excellent beginning to /5(16).
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Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) is a weekly newsmagazine founded in by the American political activist Lyndon LaRouche. Based in Leesburg, Virginia, it maintains offices in a number of countries, according to its masthead, including Wiesbaden, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris, Melbourne, and Mexico ofthe editor of EIR was Nancy in: Leesburg, Virginia.
The final word on what traits make for highly successful managers—and a detailed explanation of how to identify potential standout performers. Executive Intelligence is about the substance behind great leadership. - Selection from Executive Intelligence [Book]. In the book Executive Intelligence: What All Great Leaders Have, we identify the aptitudes that comprise great leadership and management.
Based on eight years of research and interviews with outstanding CEOs such as Jack Welch and Andrea Jung, the book delves beneath surface achievement to examine the process by which top business executives. A complete view of executive strengths and potential Our comprehensive approach to executive assessment employs multiple methods to evaluate an individual’s ability to perform, fit and make an enduring impact in a critical leadership role.
In particular clients turn to us to help them with: Finalist Selection We offer a comprehensive assessment providing in-depth data and insights to inform. Get this from a library. Executive intelligence: the leader's edge. [Irving H Buchen] -- Executive Intelligence zeros in on leadership smarts and notes that in all lists compiled by leadership experts, head hunters, and boards of directors the one and only trait that appears in all is.
Though Focus is the book by Daniel Goleman that first sparked my attention, Emotional Intelligence (or EQ) is actually far more popular. His masterpiece has sold over 5 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 40 languages. Goleman explains how two separate minds live in our brains, one rational and one emotional, and why the five key skills making up your emotional “literacy.
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Title, Introduction, and Executive Summary. Executives, managers, and professionals all across America are praising Executive EQ and are putting the precepts of this book into action for raising emotional intelligence in their leadership and at all levels of their organizations/5.Justin Menkes, author of the book Executive Intelligence, appears to have tapped into a hot issue with his concern that what he terms "executive intelligence" is “ underrated, under ‐ measured, and under ‐ experienced in the selection and.The intelligence community (IC) plays an essential role in the national security of the United States, and its success has always depended on being smarter and more agile than America’s adversaries.
Today’s threat environment presents intense pressures to retain .