It takes a lot of emotional intelligence to build trust in the workplace when people hail from different countries. Lieve Demol shares her tips for forging stronger relationships.
What makes collaboration work? These changemakers use EQ to make schools fabulous places for children and adults.
What would it take to create an innovative organization where people FEEL the spark to take it higher? Max Presutti tells us the secret.
What’s challenging about learning and teaching emotional intelligence… and what have we learned in that experience? Here are some of our own hard-won (and not-YET-won) life lessons….
The Middle East can be a challenging place to talk about emotional intelligence. Our new Preferred Partners at Indigo are doing just that.
In the “dynamic” business environment of Dubai and the GCC region, what’s happening with emotional intelligence in the Middle East? How does Dynamic Learning help leaders build organizations that flourish in the UAE and beyond?
What’s happening with emotional intelligence in Italy? Meet the leader of the Italian Emotional Intelligence Network, Lorenzo Fariselli.
What are the essential lessons of emotional intelligence for building a thriving future with emotional intelligence? Fiorella Velarde is a Network Leader for Six Seconds living in Miami, Florida. She has dedicated her life to helping children build resilience in the face of stress and other challenges using the wisdom of EQ and psychology.
Through her nonprofit organization, Doroob, Solafa Batterjee is working to spread emotional intelligence through her humanitarian education work. She says, “My new vision is touching the lives of 2.2 billion children through compassionate empathy.”
In the U.S. and Australia, 20-25 percent of the workforce is dealing with some kind of emotional issue. Stress claims are on the rise. This is costing billions of dollars and obviously impacting people’s well-being. Careerlink is committed to changing that dynamic.
How is coaching like dancing? It’s all about finding the grace and emotional intelligence in everyone, and in oneself, says Erdem Ercan, head of Hyatin Ritmi of Istanbul, Turkey. See how this dance instructor turned coach tunes in to his clients.