I saw a look on a man’s face the other day that sent shivers down my spine. It brought my lovely partner to tears. It told a story of love, admiration, loss and pain. And it got me asking myself: How can I inspire that look in other people’s eyes?
Research: Emotional Intelligence, Essential for Doctors’ Success, Found to Decline During Medical School
Recent research at Liberty University finds that medical students’ emotional intelligence scores declined across the board during their training – even as a growing body of evidence points to the importance of EQ in modern healthcare.
Emotional intelligence steps onto the global stage at the United Nations’ first EQ conference. What happened there?
The Komatsu case shows a clear ROI for EQ development. Emotions drive people, and people drive performance.
Would You Be Described This Way? The 3 Characteristics People Remember About Leaders Who Inspired Them
We’ve done trainings all over the world, and people consistently describe exceptional leaders with a similar set of adjectives. What are they, and would you be described that way?
We all make hundreds of decisions a day; do they align with your values? This week’s Illuminate gives you three practical steps for identifying your values, putting them into practice, and making your life more aligned with your values.
Hayatin Ritmi, a Six Seconds Preferred Partner, reached a major milestone in Turkey: hosting the first ever EQ certifications in Turkish.
In some cases, reframing anxiety as excitement works. But in others, your anxiety is telling you something valuable, and it’s better to just listen.
ServRx faced “the classic problem” of a successful startup: The company was growing, but the culture was not. After a months long training program, the results spoke for themselves: a massive increase in employee engagement.
Feeling anxious about giving feedback? You’re not alone. It’s one of the hardest and most uncomfortable aspects of leadership. Here’s a 3-step process to give feedback with EQ.
“Challenge” stress energizes and increases efficiency; “threat” stress literally kills. And the difference is how you think about stress.
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.