Jayne Morrison, Regional Network Director. Jayne brings 20 years of operational leadership experience plus extensive expertise in the design and delivery of powerful, scalable learning and development programs.
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Samantha (Sam) Middleton, Program Manager. Sam has recently joined the Six Seconds MEA team to support the vision that “ by 2039 one billion people will be practicing EQ.” Coupled with her strong marketing background and her passionate belief in Emotional Intelligence she will be a key player in this vision!
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Maggie Williams, Executive Coach. Maggie has over 25 years international experience in the education and corporate sector. As an executive coach for the Middle East Office and experienced facilitator she can encompass EI to bring further focus on her passion for employee engagement, talent management, training effectiveness, team effectiveness, & leadership skills. Email | LinkedIN
|Date / City||Event|
19 May 2014 - 20 May
United Arab Emirates (Dubai )
|Vital Signs Consultant Certification
Vital Signs are statistically validated measures that capture key information about the people side of performance. Built on a model with solid business logic as well as sound science, the tools connect people’s perceptions and attitudes with hard business outcomes in an actionable, practical framework.
13 Oct 2014 - 17 Oct
South Africa (South Africa )
|EQ Certification - Building capacity for transformation with Emotional Intelligence
Increase your mastery of emotional intelligence in order to increase your own effectiveness and to support others to develop EQ using Six Seconds’ powerful methodology and model
Learn from the leaders in the field how to raise emotional intelligence in yourself and others. Develop an in-depth understanding of emotional intelligence as you gain new tools to apply immediately to fuel positive change at work, at home, and at school — starting with yourself.
2 Nov 2014 - 6 Nov
United Arab Emirates (Dubai )
|EQ Certification: Building Capacity for Transformation with Emotional Intelligence
Increase your mastery of emotional intelligence in order to increase your own effectiveness and to support others to develop EQ using Six Seconds’ powerful methodology and model.
16 Nov 2014 - 19 Nov
United Arab Emirates (Dubai )
|Coaching EQ Certification: Supercharge Coaching with Emotional Intelligence
Ideally coaching supports clients to create positive change – but change doesn’t happen just from “knowing.” Emotions are a key driver for professional and personal transformation. The CEQ equips professionals with a powerful emotional intelligence assessment (the SEI) and the Six Seconds Change MAP as a roadmap for structuring a transformational coaching process fueled by EQ.
The course has been approved for 32.75 ICF Coach Continuing Education units.
By: Six Seconds on September 2, 2013 | 4 comments
Why should business leaders care about emotional intelligence? How to gain this value? Jayne Morrison, Regional Director for Six Seconds Middle East & Africa, was interviewed on Dubai Eye's Business Breakfast show. Jayne shares the basics of emotional intelligence, as well as the strong business case for organisations investing in the EQ of their leaders. Listen to the whole interview here:
By: Dr. Susan Stillman on April 2, 2013 | 0 comments
"I came away with a sense of peace that I can positively change my approach & attitude, which will, in turn, impact those around me" (Participant, EQE Durban). At the invitation of our South Africa network colleagues, Avril Kidd and Candice Smith, and with the tremendous support of Jayne Morrison, Six Seconds Director for Middle East and Africa, in March, Six Seconds held the first EQ Educator Certification Course in South Africa. Our two day course was a dynamic…
By: Six Seconds on February 12, 2013 | 0 comments
Exciting article in The National, UAE, by Andrea Anastasiou, Feb 11 2013: Jayne Morrison, regional director of Six Seconds Middle East and Africa, a non-profit organisation that supports EQ in schools, businesses and families around the world, including the UAE, explains that having a higher EQ makes us more self-aware, which in turn makes us more adept at having fulfilling relationships with others. "We all have emotions, whether we're the manager, the employee, the friend or the parents," she says. "Thoughts,…
By: Jayne Morrison on August 25, 2011 | 2 comments
To build a stronger leadership culture within their properties and across the organisation, Rotana developed a team of in-house trainers to deliver the Six Seconds’ EQ Leader program throughout the enterprise. Thus far, the well-received program is building a shared vocabulary and vision that will foster a common culture to fulfill Rotana’s customer service orientation. Background Rotana is the leading hotel management company and currently manages a portfolio of 70 properties throughout the Middle East and Africa, with an aggressive…
By: Jayne Morrison on July 6, 2011 | 5 comments
An emotional intelligence program for customer service forms the basis of organisational culture for improving patient care in a new flagship program. Background: Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) is a non-profit medical corporation based in Doha, Qatar. It operates various hospitals and clinics throughout the country employing around 17,000 medical staff and 3,000 hospitality staff. HMC is committed to continual improvement and is becoming an internationally recognised, world-class, center for healthcare excellence in the Gulf Region for the new era of…
By: Six Seconds on January 26, 2011 | 0 comments
March is the "month of emotional intelligence" in Dubai, part of our commitment to support people to create positive change. In a recent study we found that in the Middle East, emotional intelligence drives 58% of the variation in success -- maybe that's why EQ is growing so rapidly in the region! The EQ Conference and trainings will raise EQ awareness and skill in the region: The EQ Certification Transformational learning for professionals to develop EQ in themselves & others People-Performance…
By: Joshua Freedman on August 7, 2010 | 2 comments
Abstract: The United Arab Emirates is emerging as the business capital of the Middle East. In this complex, demanding environment, to what extent do the "soft skills" of emotional intelligence matter? In a study of 418 leaders living in the region, there is a very strong relationship between emotional intelligence skills and performance outcomes. Scores on the SEI (Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Assessment) predict over 58% of the variation in critical professional and personal success factors (such as effectiveness, influence,…
By: Joshua Freedman on July 18, 2009 | 0 comments
August 2009 Screaming toddlers and moody teenagers have something in common -- they are both emotionally charged. Louisa Wilkins speaks to the experts about how to handle your children in an emotionally intelligent way to ensure positive results. The summer sun was beating down on the small patch of cement, heating up the already heated stand off between me and my three-year-old. She wanted to stay and play. I wanted to get in the car and go home. She looks…
Dubai Knowledge Village Highlights Catalyst Role Of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) For Organizational Growth
By: Six Seconds on December 1, 2008 | 0 comments
Dubai Knowledge Village Highlights Catalyst Role Of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) For Organizational Growth - Workshop Features EQ Guru Joshua Freedman Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV), a member of TECOM Investments, recently hosted a presentation by Joshua Freedman, a world leading authority on developing and applying Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Chief Operating Officer of Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Network, highlighting the potential of EQ as a catalyst for growth among organizations. Freedman was addressing a workshop on ‘The EQ Advantage: The Business…
By: Joshua Freedman on December 1, 2008 | 1 comments
I just returned for an exciting launch of Six Seconds Middle East in the burgeoning business center of Dubai. Incredible successes there, astounding building and innovation -- now time to be as innovative at developing human capacity. Here's an interview from the evening news:
By: Six Seconds on October 11, 2008 | 0 comments
Marilynn Jorgensen, one of Six Seconds' Senior Consultants, interviewed about the role of emotional intelligence in business by Greg Fairlie on "Inside Business" City 7, Dubai. Part 1: Part 2: