Emotions around race and racism are big and complex. And perhaps they’re an important message — an invitation from you, to you?
In the chaos of contemporary life, how do we maintain connection to self and others? Two of the world’s preeminent experts on emotional intelligence, Daniel Goleman and Joshua Freedman, discuss in an engaging Q&A.
Companies are beginning to realize: We’re not “going back to normal” anytime soon… and employees are seeing that work from home has some benefits, but many costs. As leaders plan to develop the workforce for the future… what should employees be doing to be ready for the future?
Our current reality is challenging. What do we do when we can’t change it? Here’s how we can make it the best reality possible with these six practical tips you can do today.
Education is stressed. Teachers, administrators, kids, parents are struggling – so why should we focus on social emotional learning (SEL) at a time like this? And for remote or hybrid teaching, is it even possible?
It’s time for POP-UP Festival in partnership with UNICEF World Children’s Day! While we’ll need to adapt to the challenges of 2020, THIS is the moment for this project: Children around the globe are struggling with loneliness and uncertainty. We can help.
Can we measure and increase Employee Engagement in an economic challenge? What’s the benefit? Case study at Komatsu plant using “Vital Signs” and “Emotional Intelligence”: engagement increased from 33 to 70%. At the same time, plant performance increased by 9.4%.
Can emotions be part of organizational strategy? Here are 5 expert insights and the latest research on improving performance by being smart with feelings, aka, emotional intelligence.
At a neurological level, how does the brain actually learn, and what’s the role of emotion? What’s the implication for education and training?
You know emotional intelligence is useful… but HOW do you actually use it on a daily basis?
Why do feelings matter to leaders? Interview with Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence, on a new leadership imperative for optimizing human performance and the research that makes attention to feelings a bottom-line priority.
We’re in this highly volatile, lonely, stressful context… for many families school is starting and jobs are changing: How do we parent now?
Want less fighting at home? Three tips every parent can use to forge compromise. Bonus Poster for your fridge. Build trusting relationships with your children and even at work with Collaborative Parenting strategies.
We face massive challenges in our world, and in our daily lives. The neuroscience of stress makes these harder to deal with — but also offers a way forward.
What’s the importance of honoring the complexity and fullness of emotions especially experienced by BIPOC in the wake of racial bias?
Fear is the key to change. Here’s how to understand it, transform it — or more forward anyway.
Ideally, coaching is a transformational process, building internal capacity to create change in the world. Coaching is more than “conversations,” and different than “mentoring” and “training” because it’s a partnership for growth. In this vision, coaching manifests a new form of “power with,” and couldn’t that help us build a better world?
What if all our feelings had value? Many people see emotions as “good” or “bad” — which leaves us in a constant state of internal struggle against our own feelings. Here’s a framework to rethink feelings as valuable signals about what’s important.