This Valentine’s Day, I am two-weeks post-surgery. No fancy dinners or moonlit walks on the beach for me. But don’t worry, I am still being extravagantly loved in the most emotionally intelligent way.
Can a perfectionist learn to be self-compassionate? A perfectionist’s true story.
Sometimes we leap before we look… and make decisions we regret. How do we avoid this trap? It’s an EQ skill called “Apply Consequential Thinking” and here’s the essence.
Stress kills… or does it? In the light of new neuroscience, maybe it’s time rethink stress – which might just save your life.
What makes a powerful question? Teachers, coaches, parents who want to generate deeper thinking need to know these three levels – with video.
What does it take to solve our most challenging conflicts? The Founder and Director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program says “Emotional intelligence is essential.”
The use of power is central to our interactions as leaders, coaches, parents, and change agents. To be more effective, emotional intelligence will help us understand and tune up our own use of power and the ways people react to that. There are dozens, maybe hundreds, of different forms of power. All of these “work” in some sense. If they generate certain desired there are “benefits.” At the same time, each produces unwanted side effects, called “costs.” What are some of the forms of power that you have, and that you exercise? What happens when you exercise these different forms of power? What price do you pay for each such use?