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Research: How do people start learning emotional intelligence… and what happens? A powerful story emerges about transformation to fuel authentic, purposeful connection.
In simple terms, what are the “rights of the child” protected by international law?
The chemicals of emotion affect every living cell in our bodies – but they are quickly recycled – guess how long? Well… we’re called Six Seconds for a reason!
Westcomm Pump faced a crisis of morale, engagement and productivity. This is the story of how a program of EQ assessments and coaching led to a remarkable turnaround in employee engagement.
Change is a test of leadership. Expert coaches share their experiences of what works for leaders to apply insights from neuroscience and emotional intelligence to this challenge.
When Six Seconds adopted the vision to reach a billion people by 2039, we faced some challenging choices. Here’s how we made the decision, and what’s happened as a result.
The world’s biggest emotional intelligence celebration is coming… here’s how to participate in the POP-UP Festival for the United Nations’ Universal Children’s Day supporting the Sustainable Development Goals
How do we bridge the gap between childhood and the workforce? How can Higher Ed use EQ to improve outcomes? EQ.EDU Moving SEL into Higher Ed conference explores these topics.
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.
As volunteers gear up to for November UCD POP-UP Festivals, three leaders they told us why this event matters and keeps them coming back for more.
What are the key ingredients of a great place to learn? Experts in social emotional learning share perspectives in the in-depth discussion.
How can emotional intelligence help clarify vision and get people on the same page? Here are powerful insights from an expert panel from The World EQ Summit