Daniel Goleman tells why the June 2013 NexusEQ Conference at Harvard shows a new, important view of emotional intelligence and “how these concepts actually create positive change in business, education, and beyond.”
When I first began writing about emotional intelligence, there were few examples of these concepts being effectively used. Today, we’re seeing the science and practice come of age as emotional intelligence is integrated into more and more institutions – schools, businesses, government agencies, healthcare organizations, and more.
Next month marks one of the first global conferences on emotional intelligence – NexusEQ – to provide numerous, substantive cases of how these concepts actually create positive change in business, education, and beyond. The conference will take place on June 24-26 at the Harvard Medical School Conference Center.
There we’ll see over 50 cases, with presentations from over 80 scientists and experts sharing the research and practice of emotional intelligence. (read more)
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