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.”

EQ for Technology Teachers

EQ for Technology Teachers

It’s fairly easy to see how emotional intelligence relates to teaching literature or drama, but do EQ skills have any role in technology? Drs. Susan Stillman & Barbara Fatum have a new article in TechEdge — the Texas Computer Education Association...

What We Focus On: Abby Sunderland

Patty & I were talking about Abby Sunderland’s press conference and a comment she made.  Why is the “big story” the accident and rescue — instead of a 16 year old succeeding to sail 12,000 miles?  I don’t know about you, but I heard...
Inside Change on WVTL

Inside Change on WVTL

Bob Cudmore of WVTL, Amsterdam, NY, interviews Joshua Freedman about the new book, INSIDE CHANGE, how change works — and how emotion can make or break change efforts.  Topics include why 70% of change fails, how politicians have used the power of emotion to...

Inside Change on WILY

Six Seconds’ COO Joshua Freedman, coauthor of the new book INSIDE CHANGE, was interviewed today on WILY (Illinois) by Tootie Cooksie for the show, Hotline.  The 30-min podcast is available here:...

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