Here’s a 2-min video you’ll want to consider. One of the unusual ingredients in the Six Seconds Model of Emotional Intelligence is the competency of “Pursue Noble Goals.” Do we all need “noble” goals? Aren’t self-interested goals what really motivates people? Any why would this be part of “Emotional Intelligence”?
Seconds Breaking News – unveiling powerful new tools and opportunities to spread emotional intelligence and support positive change. Joshua Freedman and Max Ghini presented, for the first time ever, the forthcoming plans from Six Seconds — including the new concept of Brain Style and the Brain Brief Profiles – the Education Vital Signs – and the NexusEQ Conference at Harvard University, featuring International Delegations.
Would you like to understand how EQ works in organizations? How about the neuroeconomics of trust? Or maybe why purpose is the catalyst for successful transformation? See our upcoming webinar schedule and register! And, you can see a recording of today’s webinar on EQ assessments… Measuring EQ for Transformation: How does it work to measure emotional intelligence [...]
For everyone interested in spreading emotional intelligence as a force for positive change… a few great optys. Three free webinars, several cert courses, the first international EQ conference in Malaysia, and an EQ Network Summit in Tokyo…. connect and share! * EQ Education Webinar, 12 Sept, 1pm San Francisco time http://www.artofhealth.co.nz/s-events-telesummit-emotional-intelligence2012evb.htm#joshua * EQ & Resilience [...]
It’s shaping up to be the biggest event in the history of EQ – now over 3000 registrations for this amazing marathon of free webinars from top experts. Accessible worldwide, anyone with internet is invited to join and learn about the powerful science and practice of emotional intelligence starting July 6 at 00 Universal Time (that’s 5pm [...]
by Alan Cooper Beyond on going observation and the practical knowledge, formal data collection of classroom relationships can help teachers create a positive classroom culture. Sociograms (see diagram below) do this. They are a teacher-made and teacher friendly way of gaining rich data about the class’s social relationships. Construction To construct a class sociogram, ask [...]
It’s fairly easy to see how emotional intelligence relates to teaching literature or drama, but do EQ skills have any role in technology? Drs. Susan Stillman & Barbara Fatum have a new article in TechEdge — the Texas Computer Education Association Journal (this association is the largest of its kind in the US). Technology, Healthy [...]
Joshua Freedman, Six Seconds’ COO, was interviewed by Bhavani Prakash of Green Collar Asia, a portal for the new sustainable economy. The in-depth interview explores the why and how emotional intelligence is valuable for sustainability, healthy growth, attracting and retaining talent — and leading transformation.