To practice EQ means you are seeking opportunities to tune into emotion, making careful choices about how you are thinking, feeling, and acting, and doing that in a way that’s purposeful.
As volunteers gear up to for November UCD POP-UP Festivals, three leaders they told us why this event matters and keeps them coming back for more.
What are the key ingredients of a great place to learn? Experts in social emotional learning share perspectives in the in-depth discussion.
How can emotional intelligence help clarify vision and get people on the same page? Here are powerful insights from an expert panel from The World EQ Summit
What is transforming stress with resilience? Stress is rising with profound effects on individual+organizational performance. Our expert panelists share how emotional intelligence unlock our ability to bounce forward.
Q: What will it take to make schools into great places to learn? A: Here’s a free kit to discuss the research plus answers from top EQ education experts.
Can emotional intelligence training improve hospitality? This case study shows how building team work fuels employee engagement – which improves customer experience, and the bottom line.
Can emotional intelligence become a practical resource for a person to make their work and life better? It turns out that artificial intelligence, called a “neural net,” may hold the key to using emotional intelligence effectively.
What’s challenging about learning and teaching emotional intelligence… and what have we learned in that experience? Here are some of our own hard-won (and not-YET-won) life lessons….
What makes personal and executive coaching work best? We interviewed five coaches from around the world, here are their essential recommendations.
This year, together we supported over 700,000 people to practice EQ in 125 countries. What happened in The Emotional Intelligence Network?