The Amadori Case: Supplying McDonalds – Organizational Engagement, 
Emotional Intelligence and Performance

The Amadori Case: Supplying McDonalds – Organizational Engagement, 
Emotional Intelligence and Performance

In a three-year study of AMADORI, a supplier of McDonald’s in Europe, emotional intelligence, individual performance, organizational engagement, and organizational performance were assessed. Emotional intelligence was found to predict 47% of the variation in manager’s performance management scores. Emotional intelligence was also massively correlated with increased organizational engagement with 76% of the variation in engagement predicted by manager EQ. Finally, plants with higher organizational engagement achieved higher bottom-line results building a link between EQ->Engagement->Performance. During this period, employee turnover also dropped by 63%.

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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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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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Case Study: Amadori-EQ and Sales Performance

Case Study: Amadori-EQ and Sales Performance

A new case study, written by Giacomo Nottoli, Lorenzo Fariselli, Fabio Barnabè, Erika Paci in collaboration with Massimiliano Ghini, Joshua Freedman and Paul Stillman, shows dramatic impacts from EQ training on sales performance. Amadori is one of the leading companies in the Italian agro-food sector, an innovative company and specialist in the poultry market. The turnover […]

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Network Leader Giuliana Salmaso: Leading Change in Italy

Network Leader Giuliana Salmaso: Leading Change in Italy

Changemaker Interview: Network Leader Giuliana Salmaso Giuliana Salmaso, Network Leader for Six Seconds in Italy, is an architect, mother, and EQ educator. She is the Founder of Megas Mind. She has been visiting professor at the Politecnico University in Milan for 5 academic years. Awarded with the Citta’ Impresa 2012 prize, a prestigious recognition to […]

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EQCEE, Emotional Intelligence in the Czech Republic

EQCEE, Emotional Intelligence in the Czech Republic

Ricky Goodman co-leads EQCEE, an organization bringing emotional intelligence to the Czech Republic and Central Europe so business and people thrive. Why does emotional intelligence matter? Throughout my corporate career and in my personal development, coaching lives I have undergone a lot of self-work. I think I know myself better than most people know themselves. […]

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CoachUrself

CoachUrself

In business, education, and the community… coaching with emotional intelligence is a powerful approach to support people. In this interview with the team at CoachUrself – Massimiliano & Manuel Caviglia, Sveva Perciabosco – we learn how the skills of emotional intelligence, or EQ, become practical tools to add value. What’s your Noble Goal? Our noble […]

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Inspiring Education & Health at Life Skills Italia

Inspiring Education & Health at Life Skills Italia

Six Seconds’ model engages people in focusing first on strengths and talents… to change patterns when needed. In this interview with the team at Life Skills Italia, we see how EQ can be woven into education and life to support young people to thrive. Why is emotional intelligence important? Can you give an example? During the […]

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