Studying EQ in a Rural Appalachian Highschool

Studying EQ in a Rural Appalachian Highschool

Can a 10-week EQ Course change the Emotional Intelligence scores of students in a rural Appalachian high school class? Eastern Kentucky is comprised of tiny towns tucked into valleys between the steep Appalachian Mountains in the heart of coal country. The region has some of the highest drop-out rates in the nation, as well as […]

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White Paper:  Emotional Intelligence and Success

White Paper: Emotional Intelligence and Success

New research shows a powerful relationship between emotional intelligence and success — and reveals that specific emotional intelligence competencies are key to certain aspects of success. The full paper and slides are available for free download.

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The Vital Hospital: EQ and Patient Centered Care

The Vital Hospital: EQ and Patient Centered Care

I was remembering recently the last months I spent with my father during his terminal illness and his successful determination to stay out of the hospital, to remain at home until the end. He felt that going to the hospital would cause unneeded stress, discomfort, and medical intervention. I fully supported his decision, but also […]

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School Counselors Embrace Social Emotional Learning

School Counselors Embrace Social Emotional Learning

Dr. Susan Stillman, Director of Education for Six Seconds, explores how data is influencing thinking on social emotional learning in education. Here is her latest article in the Arizona School Counselors Association newsletter. Ilaria Boffia, Six Seconds’ Program Manager in Education contributed to the interviews for this piece: School Counselors Use Data to Tune into […]

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Case: EQ Team in Big Pharma

Case: EQ Team in Big Pharma

In one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, a Key Accounts team on the verge of collapse implements a six-month learning and coaching intervention based on the Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence assessment and methodology. Following the intervention, emotional intelligence scores increase by 8.9% correlated with double-digit financial growth, high performance evaluations and multiple promotions. Case […]

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