Here is the table (Summary of the SI parameters) that HBR has on the home page of the link that I've provided above. You can watch the video and read the full article on following the link.
Understand what motivates other people, even those from different backgrounds? Are you sensitive to their needs?
Listen attentively and think about how others feel? Are you attuned to others’ moods?
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Appreciate your group’s or organization’s culture and values? Understand social networks and know their unspoken norms?
Persuade others by engaging them in discussion, appealing to their interests, and getting support from key people?
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Coach and mentor others with compassion? Do you personally invest time and energy in mentoring and provide feedback that people find helpful for their professional development?
Articulate a compelling vision, build group pride, foster a positive emotional tone, and lead by bringing out the best in people?
Encourage the participation of everyone on your team, support all members, and foster cooperation?
Do organizations today have the purpose, intent, motivation and time to pursue such skills? Or will most business leaders trash this as rubbish and fluffy?