2020 is a time of upheaval as we grapple with CV19, racism, climate instability, polarization, increasing issues with mental health… and as parents of young adults, many of us feel like we’ve failed to leave them a better world. So what do we do?
What are the social and emotional resources we ALL need to courageously step into difficult conversations about race, identity, and the world we want to co-create? What would it mean to have a truly mentally HEALTHY world?
In the months of sheltering in place and the current climate surrounding racial injustice, many have turned to art for solace and inspiration. Lin-Manuel Miranda said, “Sometimes it’s easier to lean on art, than to lean on people.” From graphics to engage in uprising to escaping into Netflix to rediscovering poems of Rumi to dancing and spoken word to teach us what it might mean to live in freedom and justice.
The dialogue touched on difficult topics and big feelings — and our shared commitment to learn to have this kind of conversation… and the power of emotional intelligence as a toolset to build a more aware, intentional, and connected response.
Between the pandemic and antiracist uprising, education is in a deep challenge. Educators, children, parents are suffering. Can emotional intelligence help? How? We’re joined by some of the world’s top experts on these topics for an honest and uplifting look at the emotional world of education in 2020
In two inspiring, interactive, authentic conversations, we’ll get to the essential basic for mental wellbeing: Talking about feelings.
I first thought it must be some new laboratory class — I soon learned that the scientific study of self changes everything… and enables us to change anything.
A powerful conversation on how the tools and methods of coaching can help ALL of us right now
Four different teams – in Tech, Finance, Telecommunications and Professional Services – outperformed control groups on key engagement and performance measures after participating in EQ coaching.
What if “normal” was the problem? Rather than reacting to the current difficulties and trying to “go back,” how can we engage emotional intelligence to envision the future we actually want? What are the essential skills for shifting out of re-acting and into re-imagining — from retreat to advance?
The pandemic is teaching us powerful lessons about emotions, change, and preparing for the future. Can pain and anxiety fuel positive change?
Join this powerful conversation with an intergenerational, global panel of activists, researchers and educators at the intersection of emotions, climate change and youth.
Repeat these three phrases to look at these unprecedented COVID-19 related challenges through a lens of hope and optimism.
While we cannot control the pandemic and all that it brings, we can control who we are and what we want to stand for in the face of it.
Challenge – let’s counter “social distancing” by changing it to “physical distancing… together” & using this time for strengthening connections. Caring emotions are also contagious!
Explore the defining dilemmas and dichotomies of the digital era, and how to apply emotional intelligence for a better future.
Sometimes if feels impossible to be kind and loving. When you’re struggling to access that loving place inside of you, give these expert tips for how to be kind a try.
As technology becomes increasingly enmeshed in every aspect of our lives, how can parents equip kids with the skills they need to thrive?