How often do you engage with “the other side” of an issue? It’s hard, especially in today’s climate. Bret Wells shares 5 tips to have difficult conversations with emotional intelligence.
Want to deepen your relationships? You need to understand the difference of empathy vs. sympathy, and why empathy fuels connection.
From a chart that deciphers the meaning of dozens of feelings to a video that will change your understanding of empathy, here are 10 free tips + resources to cultivate emotional intelligence.
Europe’s perfect storm: Dizzying complexity. Shifting alliances. Tides of stress. How are innovative companies thriving in the chaos?
Harvard study, more than 80 years old, identifies the common threads of a long, satisfying life. So what makes a good life? And how can this study’s findings help us make better decisions in our own lives?
The Science of Unconscious Bias: What Colors Our Lenses, Why It Changes Our Decisions, and How to Keep Clear
A growing body of research suggests that unconscious bias impacts all of our decisions. Here’s a 5-step guide to overcome unconscious bias with self-awareness.
New decision making research from Six Seconds’ State of the Heart report identifies the emotional intelligence skills and strategies that predict good decision making, all over the world. So what are they, and how can you cultivate them?
Six Seconds’ State of the Heart report identifies the 3 components of emotional intelligence that predict good decision making. Here is the story of three EQ practitioners who have struggled, and succeeded, to cultivate each one.
Based on some fascinating psychology research, here are 3 effective tactics you should try out to make better decisions.
Making good decisions comes down to “being rational” and “keeping emotions out of it,” right? Actually, no. According to the latest neuroscience research, it’s time do away with this outdated mode of thinking and adopt a more wholesome, accurate view on emotions and decision making.
Sarah had badly sprained her ankle. In the backcountry of Montana. Alone. And many miles from camp. This is the story of the ranchers who decided they couldn’t help her and left her limping along, only to change their minds and bring her back to safety.
Have you ever had really mixed feelings about a decision or a choice you have to make? It can paralyze the decision making process and cause us to waffle endlessly back and forth. The Mixed Emotions card deck embraces the complexity of emotions and turns them into an asset for decision making.