Hyundai Sets the Pace with Creative Thinking and Being Innovative Training

Hyundai Sets the Pace with Creative Thinking and Being Innovative Training

To reach their strategic objectives, Hyundai’s manufacturing team in Turkey identified a key need: Agility requires managers to build their creativity. To build those capabilities, here’s how Hayatın Ritmi, Six Seconds’ Partner in Turkey, is working with the company to leverage the emotional intelligence Brain Talents to set a context for innovation.

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What’s Your Body Telling You?

What’s Your Body Telling You?

Listening to What Our Bodies Are Telling Us – By Beth Offenbacker, PhD Have you ever been unsure how you feel about something?   As I’ve gotten older, I find sometimes I live more “in my head” than sometimes I want to. And as someone with a brain preference for Rational data (see the Brain […]

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From Italy with Love (and Emotional Intelligence)

From Italy with Love (and Emotional Intelligence)

What is Emotional Intelligence? Can it be taught? Can we do it together? Will it be fun or boring? How can we do so? Don’t we become false if we learn to be what we are not? Written by  Fabio De Luca    Translated from Italian by Adele Denise De Bartolo These are just a few […]

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Noble Goals for the New Year

Noble Goals for the New Year

Your Noble Goal in 2017 and Beyond by Beth Offenbacker, PhD, Certified Six Seconds Practitioner Are you thinking about your goals for the coming year too? January is also a valuable time to think about how our goals or intentions connect with our larger purpose, or our “why” – also known as our Noble Goal. […]

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Golfing and EQ: A Network Leader’s Story

Golfing and EQ: A Network Leader’s Story

Glenn Hinds is an independent training consultant trained in person-centered and psychodynamic counseling. He is a Network Leader for Six Seconds in Northern Ireland. Glenn offers us this reflection on his EQ training and how it applies to many areas of life. When a professional coach integrates their own emotional awareness into their practice, it […]

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Lithuanian Foster Kids Embrace Emotional Intelligence

Lithuanian Foster Kids Embrace Emotional Intelligence

Written by Nomeda Marazienė from Leadership Experts Group “Do you know why the colors of your kite you chose are special?” “Yes, these are the colors of the Lithuanian flag.” – Rimas, a nine-year-old participant. Six Seconds’ ally, Leadership Experts Group, has partnered with Barclays Group Operations Limited – Lithuania to bring EQ training to […]

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Parkinson’s diagnosis: Sympathy versus Empathy?

Parkinson’s diagnosis: Sympathy versus Empathy?

Guest post by Shabbir Latif Shabbir is a Six Seconds EQ Advanced Trainer and Practitioner, who’s life experiences are highlighting the important difference between sympathy versus empathy. Have you ever met somebody who is facing a serious challenge (either health or any other) and don’t know how to respond? May be you are facing a […]

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A Breakthrough for Coach and Client

A Breakthrough for Coach and Client

A Coaching Case Study by Lynette Vaive What happens when a twenty-five year old feels stuck about making life-changing decisions? Can coaching in emotional intelligence help get him excited about the future again? In this case study of a real coaching session, a coach in training uses Six Seconds SEI assessment to help a young […]

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Bringing Home Baby with Emotional Intelligence

Bringing Home Baby with Emotional Intelligence

(Even when sleep is not an option) Guest blog by Katherine Thome A new baby. The idea brings with it so many emotions – joy, nostalgia, anticipation, excitement. It can also bring with it anxiety and even fear. This can be even more true when the new baby is coming home to a family with […]

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