Profile: EQ in Action Inspires Leadership in South Africa

Profile: EQ in Action Inspires Leadership in South Africa

Avril Kidd’s company EQ in Action is a Preferred Partner for Six Seconds Africa in South Africa’s Kwazulu Natal Province. Six Seconds spoke with Avril about her work sharing emotional intelligence with leaders in that country. Helping leadership embrace change through the Six Seconds model has been at the center of her work. Why is […]

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Qatar Airways: Removing the Stress of Travel

Qatar Airways: Removing the Stress of Travel

Emotional intelligence training for employees reduces stress at Qatar Airways, Six Seconds Preferred Partner We spoke with Kevin Herft, Manager Cabin Services Training, about the value of emotional intelligence for creating the world-class customer experience that is the hallmark of Qatar Airways. Why is there a need for EQ in Qatar Airways? Qatar Airways is […]

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Building Bridges Between U.S. and Middle East

Building Bridges Between U.S. and Middle East

EQ Stories: Dr. Yasmeen Al Bulushi, Oman “They thought there was something wrong with me for being flexible with everyone.” –Yasmeen Al Bulushi, Oman One day in the Fall of 2012 Dr. Yasmeen Al Bulushi walked into Republican election headquarters in Pennsylvania to volunteer for the Mitt Romney campaign.  She was visiting the U.S. from […]

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Is It Time for Change?

Is It Time for Change?

“Why I Think This World Should End” is the title of Prince EA’s video below — but it’s really about starting something new. Six Seconds’ vision is that by 2039, a billion people will be practicing emotional intelligence. We think it will make the world a better place.  Do you? What can you do to support […]

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Talking EQ in Business – Dubai Style

Talking EQ in Business – Dubai Style

Why should business leaders care about emotional intelligence?  How to gain this value? Jayne Morrison, Regional Director for Six Seconds Middle East & Africa, was interviewed on Dubai Eye’s Business Breakfast show. Jayne shares the basics of emotional intelligence, as well as the strong business case for organisations investing in the EQ of their leaders. […]

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Forget IQ, it’s your EQ that matters – The National

Forget IQ, it’s your EQ that matters – The National

Jayne Morrison: “People with higher EQs have more meaningful relationships because they have a greater sense of self-awareness, they understand their emotions and how these drive their thoughts and behaviours, and are mindful of how these affect others. People with higher EQs also make intentional choices in their interactions with others, using consequential thinking before taking action instead of drifting through life on autopilot.”

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Smart Parenting (Aquarius Magazine, Dubai)

Smart Parenting (Aquarius Magazine, Dubai)

August 2009 Screaming toddlers and moody teenagers have something in common — they are both emotionally charged. Louisa Wilkins speaks to the experts about how to handle your children in an emotionally intelligent way to ensure positive results. The summer sun was beating down on the small patch of cement, heating up the already heated […]

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Dubai Knowledge Village Highlights Catalyst Role Of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) For Organizational Growth

Dubai Knowledge Village Highlights Catalyst Role Of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) For Organizational Growth – Workshop Features EQ Guru Joshua Freedman Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV), a member of TECOM Investments, recently hosted a presentation by Joshua Freedman, a world leading authority on developing and applying Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Chief Operating Officer of Six Seconds Emotional […]

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