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Daniel Goleman explains the history of emotional intelligence – and why EQ is important in business, education & life.
When Jacqui Butler and Svetlana Suvorova met in Six Seconds’ EQ Coach Certification program in 2022, they clicked right away. After building a strong connection of mutual support and collaboration, they recently launched a joint venture, LeadEQ, to support women leaders. This is their story of finding EQ, each other, and a deeply meaningful path of professional growth.
When Elmo asked, LOTS of people answered. Checking in on emotions is a great step, but not enough for lasting wellbeing. Let’s put EQ into action this month!
Emotional Intelligence at Work: Stress Is (Still) Rising Globally. Here Are 3 Evidence-Based Solutions
Globally, 44% of employees globally reported feeling stressed A LOT of the day yesterday. Here are 3 solutions to reduce stress.
How bad is uncertainty for you, for your clients, for the world? Uncertainty is a problematic feeling – yet it’s also essential in coaching because it signals learning and growth. Here’s how.
Solving the climate crisis requires people to connect, collaborate, innovate, and take inspired action — all of which are driven by emotion. Here’s how two of the world’s largest organizations in renewable energy worked with Six Seconds to harness emotions and support young leaders.
The modern workplace has a meeting problem, and it takes an emotional and financial toll on people. Here are 3 steps to restore sanity.
Emotional intelligence skills are learnable at any age. In this month’s newsletter we explore the emotion Shy among children
An organization’s emotional culture influences employee satisfaction, burnout and the bottom line. Is it time to rethink your rules?
Why do we sometimes take risks to learn, but other times we’re so determined to stay “right”? Zooming into the neurobiology, in a sense we have a tug-of-war between the striatum and the amygdala, between opportunity and risk. It’s just like trying Chai for the first time on the steamy streets of Kuala Lumpur.
Sometimes change is easy, but when we get stuck, big, difficult feelings emerge. While some coaches are ill-equipped to engage those challenging feelings, it’s a prime opportunity for transformational coaching.