A life coach shares her approach to practicing a life full of vision, meaning, and treasure hunts.
For teens struggling with a brutal addiction to solvents, hope and healing seem far away. Traditional culture & the Medicine Wheel combine with emotional intelligence to support a path forward for the children, and their counselors.
Diagnosed with a rare cancer at 34, Valérie Tettinek has used her exceptional optimism to do something amazing: she’s thriving as a cancer survivor.
Can coaching help leaders foster wellbeing with employees in times of stress and rapid change?
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.
To reach their strategic objectives, Hyundai’s manufacturing team in Turkey identified a key need: Agility requires managers to build their creativity. To build those capabilities, here’s how Hayatın Ritmi, Six Seconds’ Partner in Turkey, is working with the company to leverage the emotional intelligence Brain Talents to set a context for innovation.
For kids across Asia, Dragonfly’s outdoor ed and service learning program is all about self-discovery through EQ. Find out how this unique model is helping kids develop their interpersonal skills.
Six Seconds leaders are creating a community based on trust, and it’s global in reach. Find out how from Ilaria Boffa, Global Office Program Manager and Coordinator of Network Leader for Europe.
It takes a lot of emotional intelligence to build trust in the workplace when people hail from different countries. Lieve Demol shares her tips for forging stronger relationships.
What makes collaboration work? These changemakers use EQ to make schools fabulous places for children and adults.
What would it take to create an innovative organization where people FEEL the spark to take it higher? Max Presutti tells us the secret.
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….