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.
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.
Be compassionate… not just to others, but starting with yourself.
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.
How can we build trust in times of trouble? The Trust Architect has some words of wisdom about the “Five C’s” of trust building. Caring, Commitment, Consistency, Competence and Communication.
What is empathy, and how do we increase it? Articles, videos, quotes and resources to put empathy into action!
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 would it take to create an innovative organization where people FEEL the spark to take it higher? Max Presutti tells us the secret.
The Middle East can be a challenging place to talk about emotional intelligence. Our new Preferred Partners at Indigo are doing just that.
With resurgent headlines denouncing “Muslim terrorists,” I return to my own fear the first time I stepped into a room full of people in veils and headscarves. I felt so far from home, and was shocked at what I learned as I began to glimpse the world behind the veil.