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Emotional Intelligence & Public Speaking

“We scarcely experience the world apart from our emotional response to it.” – Steven Stosny, Ph.D. Do emotions really have a place in presentations? Does your ability to be a good public speaker have anything to do with how emotionally intelligent you are? Shouldn’t we just get back to talking about the serious stuff? There’s still a bit of social stigma that rears its ugly head when we start talking about emotions. Executive Coach Ed Batista says, “We’re trained to regard emotions as irrational...
Tags: Motivation, Empathy, Emotions, Self-awareness, Emotional Intelligence, EQ, Speaking, Social Skills, Self-regulation, Daniel Goleman, Presentation Science, Ed Batista, Steven Stosny, Emotional Intelligence amp, David J Deming


There’s More to Life than Logic

Elite, logical brainpower. Some believe that’s all that is needed to successfully solve problems. Critical thinking does play a central role in getting to good answers. Without a logical and disciplined process to actively “conceptualize, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate” what we plan to do, biases and privilege can unconsciously and negatively influence decisions and shape outcomes. While logic and reason are good, they aren’t enough. Especially if leaders want inclusive decisions that ...
Tags: Leadership, Star Trek, Logic, Mental Health, Nelson Mandela, Mindset, Personal Development, Emotional Intelligence, Borg, Daniel Goleman, Carrie Chapman Catt, Leaders And Emotions


What Is A Manager’s Secret To Being Emotionally Intelligent?

It turns out that managers can become more likable if we learn how to ask questions Image Credit: Aritra Sen As managers, we are under a great deal of pressure to use our manager skills to find ways to get the most out of our teams. We can try a lot of different techniques; however, all too often we get the same results – nothing changes. The good news for us is that it turns out that if we want to create more open relationships with the members of our team all we have to do is to learn how...
Tags: Leadership, Learning, Careers, Questions, Emotional Intelligence, Trusted, Open, Don, Jim Anderson, Emotionally Intelligent, Interpersonal Relationships, Keep It Simple, Likable, Aritra Sen As


Be the Difference — Motivational Monday

Post Views = 349Seize the Day to Lead Greatly In a world of change, challenges and the opportunity to create NEW organizations, NEW collaborations, New ways of understanding, collaborating and turning problems into our greatest solutions are before us. The need to lead greatly, the need for those who will stand up and stand tall […]
Tags: Innovation, Emotional Intelligence, Inspiration & Motivation, 3Q Leadership Development, Leadership Blogroll, 3Q Leadership, Motivational Monday, Self Leadership-The Hero Within


Podcast Ep. 169: ‘They journal/meditate/do yoga/go to therapy. Shouldn’t they be more emotionally intelligent?’

Sometimes people say stuff like “They journal/meditate/do yoga/go to therapy, so they should be more emotionally intelligent” to explain their confusion, anger and hurt over a relationship. In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I break down this common misconception and the issues it poses, not just for our relationship with that person but how we feel about ourselves in the process. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Android Some nuggets from the episode ...
Tags: Apple, Disappointment, Empathy, Dating, Expectations, Journaling, Emotional Intelligence, Podcast: The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, Emotional Availability, Managing Expectations In Relationships, Empathy In Relationships


Monday Motivation-Never Give Up

Post Views = 658Never every give up.   Get inspired. Stay inspired. Make the hard decision to love yourself, And your love for others will grow. In growth there is fulfillment, In love there is power, And in you, there is a special spark to share with the world. © Irene Becker 2020 Check out this free […]
Tags: Motivation, Happiness, Innovation, Emotional Intelligence, Inspiration & Motivation, 3Q Personal Development, Cool Tools & Tips, Irene Becker, Motivational Monday, Selfleadership, Self Leadership-The Hero Within


10 Easy Ways to Foster Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence at Home

We now know that the role of emotional intelligence in life and academic success is far greater than we realized. An emotionally intelligent child stands a higher chance of achieving happiness in life. Science says that fostering your child’s EQ is an important factor in good parenting, and it also determines school readiness . A child with good emotion regulation skills finds it easier to make and keep friends, to concentrate in class, to understand and follow instructions, and to resist di...
Tags: Psychology, Parenting, Child Development, Emotional Intelligence, Children And Teens, Emotion Regulation, Knost


How to Become Truly Smart

We all know people who are well-educated but don’t know nuttin’. And we all know people with little formal education who are bright, brainy, maybe even brilliant. Obviously it’s not just what we learn in school that makes us smart. It’s how we live life.   If you wish to become smarter, you don’t need to go back to school (though that’s certainly an option). But you do need to develop the ability to reflect, reframe and rejoice. What’s so special about these 3 R’s? What happened to reading, w...
Tags: Psychology, Self-help, Emotional Intelligence, Motivation And Inspiration, Cari, Candace Lightner, MADD Mothers Against Drunk Driving This


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Tags: Sales, Emotional Intelligence, Sales Videos


How to Spot the 5 Subtle Forms of Workplace Bias

I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a tall, white man. While I am Caucasian, I’m not tall or male. And because depending on who you ask, between 70-80 percent of leaders have all three attributes, I’m wondering just how much my lack of two of them has held me back. When I talked, off the record, to a gender bias researcher at a prestigious U.S. university, she informed me that I should not take my success for granted. Apparently, being a short woman in Corporate America means I mu...
Tags: Careers, America, Communication, Troubleshooting, Ethics, Current Affairs, Emotional Intelligence, Best Practices, HR Issues, Life in the 21st Century, Project Implicit, Implicit Association Tests


Leading Change with Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is a primary driver of leadership effectiveness. Numerous research studies identify EQ as more important than technical skills, industry knowledge, and other factors that set apart top-performing leaders. EQ expert Daniel Goleman credits emotional intelligence for 90% of the difference between star performers and average ones in senior leadership roles. EQ is essential to successfully lead change, since change elicits a wide range of emotional responses from those who...
Tags: Leadership, Change Management, Emotional Intelligence, EQ, Travis Bradberry, Daniel Goleman, Change Leadership, Overcoming Fear, Change Strategy, Leaders And Emotions


Emphasizing Cognitive Diversity: Can It Be Taught?

A few years ago, I worked with The Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative (BJKLI) and The Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion on a survey that sought to provide modern context around the notions of diversity and inclusion. Among other things, the research asked nearly 4,000 global professionals of all levels, ages, genders, races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations how they define these terms. It might not come as a surprise that most baby boomers and even X-ers (read: the chro...
Tags: Careers, Management, Communication, Culture, Current Affairs, Millennials, Emotional Intelligence, Best Practices, People Skills, HR Issues, Employment Trends


Three Parenting Skills to Help Children Develop Emotional Intelligence and Resilience

Since a model of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) was introduced in 1990 (Salovey and Mayer), the push for developing EQ has gained momentum in many realms, recognized as a critical factor in well-being and success. Given the complexities of modern life, the subtitle of Daniel Goleman’s 1995 bestseller Emotional Intelligence seems both a directive and a warning as we witness daily Why It Can Matter More Than IQ . No one influences the development of EQ more than a child’s first teachers a...
Tags: Psychology, Learning, Parenting, Children, Intelligence, Empathy, Emotional Intelligence, Children And Teens, Self-soothing, Self Regulation, Emotion Regulation, Mayer, Emotional Maturity, Daniel Goleman, Goleman, Salovey


Get Your Empathy On

A Case Study in Using Emotional Intelligence to Diffuse an Organizational Crisis This is a guest post from Solo PR Pro Premium Member, Karen Couf-Cohen. This post first appeared on The Association for Women In Communications blog. What should an organization do when a poor decision (or good decisions handled poorly), set off an avalanche of bad press and ill will among stakeholders?  Personal experience with two nonprofits that faced a pivotal organization crisis taught me a few things ...
Tags: New York, Public Relations, Pr, Emotional Intelligence, Board of Trustees, Christina, Franklin, Goleman, Living the Life, Hay Group, Solo Pr Pro, Public Relations Crisis, Karen Couf Cohen, The Association for Women In Communications, Daniel Goleman Goleman, Social Competency Inventory ESCI


Why Emotional Intelligence Matters for Leaders

Emotional intelligence (EI) is out ability to understand our own emotions and manage those emotions. It also enables us to understand and manage the emotions of others. Strong EI as a leader means leaders have stronger working relationships across the organization, collaborate and communicate more effectively with others, and can influence others to [...] The post Why Emotional Intelligence Matters for Leaders appeared first on Gina Abudi.
Tags: Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, EQ, Branding, EI and leadership


Innovation Intelligence – 4 Thinking Tools for Innovators

This continues on from an Innovation Excellence blog I wrote last month about how personality types can influence innovation capability. https://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2019/10/03/5-psychological-traits-of-highly-innovative-organizations/  While many of the ideas in that article could also be applied to personal development, the primary focus was on how we behave, develop and recruit innovation capability in a team context.  But personality ...
Tags: Psychology, Leadership, Training, Intelligence, Creativity, Ideas, Innovation, Collaboration, Iq, Self Improvement, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Creative Intelligence, Innovation Psychology, Agile Intelligence, Innovation Intelligence


Situation Awareness Skills Are Critical for Leadership Success

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Tags: Career, Leadership, Strategy, Emotional Intelligence, Leading Change, Decision-making, Leadership Caffeine, Art of Managing, Management Innovation, High Performance Management Teams, Emerging Leaders, Think Differently, Psychology of Meetings, Read the Situation, Situation Awareness, Situation Awareness in Leadership


5 Ways Emotional Intelligence Improves the Workplace

By Steven Hymovitch Emotional intelligence. Researchers Peter Salovey and John Mayer coined the term, and Dan Goleman brought it into the mainstream using it in the titles of his many books on the subject. And while Salovey, Mayer, and Goleman could give forth long explanations about what exactly emotional intelligence (EI) is, it’s really nothing more than being aware of how our emotions drive our behaviors and how that behavior impacts the people around us. And realizing we can manage those em...
Tags: Leadership, Sales, Iowa, Arizona, Emotional Intelligence, John Mayer, Kevin Costner, Southwestern United States, Peter Salovey, Albert Ellis, Goleman, Your Career, Ei, Key Lessons for Entrepreneurs Starting A Business, Royal Roads University, Steven Hymovitch


5 Ways Emotional Intelligence Improves the Workplace

By Steven Hymovitch Emotional intelligence. Researchers Peter Salovey and John Mayer coined the term, and Dan Goleman brought it into the mainstream using it in the titles of his many books on the subject. And while Salovey, Mayer, and Goleman could give forth long explanations about what exactly emotional intelligence (EI) is, it’s really nothing more than being aware of how our emotions drive our behaviors and how that behavior impacts the people around us. And realizing we can manage those em...
Tags: Leadership, Sales, Iowa, Arizona, Emotional Intelligence, John Mayer, Kevin Costner, Southwestern United States, Peter Salovey, Albert Ellis, Goleman, Your Career, Ei, Key Lessons for Entrepreneurs Starting A Business, Royal Roads University, Steven Hymovitch


The Changing Role of Leaders

I think we can all agree that business is changing and, as a result, the role of leaders is changing. No longer are leaders just expected to direct the business, sometimes at all costs, to achieve results. Today, leaders need to be able to combine operational business expertise with high levels of emotional intelligence. Leaders need to be compassionate and empathetic if they are to create high performance teams that thrive in today’s VUCA world. For some traditional leaders, the thought of brin...
Tags: Psychology, Leadership, Relationships, Deloitte, Emotional Intelligence, Gallup, Amy Cuddy, Leading teams, VUCA, Emotions At Work, Leaders And Emotions


The Greatness Within

Post Views = 421 “Great leadership comes down to only two rules: It’s not about you and it’s only about you.” Peter Anderton Our potential to be good, do good and share good is as real as our ability to create darkness, chaos, and decline. Human beings need happiness, inspiration, human contact and the feeling […]
Tags: Happiness, Success, Innovation, Purpose, Emotional Intelligence, EQ, Thought Leadership, Inspiration & Motivation, Organizational Development, 3Q Personal Development, Cool Tools & Tips, 3Q Leadership Development, SQ, Leadership Blogroll, 3Q, Motivational Monday


Podcast Ep. 154: Talking About Our Feelings (Part One)

Over the next couple of episodes of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I’m delving into a topic that sparks discomfort in a lot of us: talking about our feelings. Expressing ours, not just to others, but also to ourselves, is crucial to our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing as well as to the health and wealth of our interpersonal relationships. So, why then, do so many of us have a pattern of not expressing our feelings? And what causes us not to say something even when we might wan...
Tags: Apple, Mental Health, Dating, Pandora, Anger, Emotional Intelligence, Podcast: The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, Emotional Unavailability, Emotional Availability, Recognising Your Feelings, Expressing Feelings, How To Be Emotionally Available, Debbie Downer Dropping


Top 10 Self-Help E-Books on Your Kindle That Will Turn Your Life Around

You're reading Top 10 Self-Help E-Books on Your Kindle That Will Turn Your Life Around, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. There’s always a point in our lives when we feel like we are drowning, and we desperately seek help or advice. But guidance from our loved ones, no matter how well-intentioned, isn’t always enough. There are times when we seek detailed manual-like books on how...
Tags: Amazon, Motivation, Ebooks, Book Reviews, Reading, Tracy, Lifehacks, Oprah, Emotional Intelligence, Mark Manson, Scott, Gilbert, Travis Bradberry, Brene Brown Brown, Covey, Spencer Johnson


Working with Emotional Triggers #nearlymindful

Emotional triggers happen to us all day, every day. A trigger can be pretty much any topic that makes us feel strongly, whether that’s negative or positive. They can be a memory, a conversation, or simply a feeling that we respond to in a certain way. Triggers can spark joy, happiness, frustration, fear, sadness, anger, and a host of other responses. Some good, some not so good. An example of a positive trigger might be the sound of someone laughing which causes you to smile. An example of a neg...
Tags: Seo, Mindfulness, Coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Self Care, Conscious Business


Learning How To Deal With Your Leadership Mess

There’s no question that leadership is hard work and requires a diverse tool kit of skills and abilities to do the job well. But are there actions and behaviours leaders are employing that are actually impeding their ability to succeed in their role? That’s the focus of my conversation with ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Leadership, Failure, Courage, Feedback, Bias, Forgiveness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Biz Cafe


Coach Employees to Strengthen their Emotional Intelligence

Not every employee who joins the organization has strong emotional intelligence. Some employees tend to be reactive and don’t handle stress or conflict well. They are easily “triggered” by others and may not collaborate or communicate in the best way. Writing up an employee under a Performance Improvement Plan is not the best way [...] The post Coach Employees to Strengthen their Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Gina Abudi.
Tags: Leadership, Employee Engagement, Coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Branding, Performance Management, Human Resource


Dear Human, Master Your Emotions

Did you know the power to change our world exists within all of us? What if you could learn how to be the best version of yourself every day? Clearly, that’s hard to do when faced with so many daily demands, conflicts, and challenges. For most people, emotions like stress, anger, frustration, anxiety, and disappointment are an exhausting daily struggle. That makes it tough to consistently be the leader, parent, mate, colleague, friend, and person you truly want to be. The happy news is you can l...
Tags: Video, Leadership, Emotions, Webinar, Emotional Intelligence, Webinars, Mark, Bonnie, Becky Robinson, Bonnie Marcus, Mark Youngblood, Emotional Intellience


Future-Ready Leadership – Enlightened Business

Post Views = 129 Is it important to be a future-ready leader? Re-skill or learn 3Q skills that help you develop a new relationship with change that takes you forward faster and better.  A new relationship that inspires the best in yourself and people.  Will this new age of innovation usher in a new age of […]
Tags: Success, Innovation, Emotional Intelligence, Thought Leadership, 3Q Personal Development, Cool Tools & Tips, 3Q Leadership Development, VUCA, Leadership Blogroll, 3Q Career and Performance Management, 3Q Leadership, 3Q Edge, Interviews & Podcasts, Dr Amit Nagpal, Enlighted Business, Future Ready Leadership


7 Ways to Develop Future Ready Leaders

Post Views = 22How can you build a better, stronger business in a marketplace where change, challenges, and hyper-competition will continue to accelerate? Develop future ready, 3Q leaders who adapt, evolve, collaborate and grow at the speed of change. Enjoy the following infographic and the accompanying article on seven powerful ways to help your business, […]
Tags: Success, Executive Coaching, Innovation, Emotional Intelligence, Thought Leadership, Organizational Development, Cool Tools & Tips, 3Q Leadership, 3Q Edge, FutureReadyLeadership


How to Turn Criticism into an Opportunity to Strengthen Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

It has often been said that it takes a village to raise a child. Problem is, others may not agree with how you choose to raise your child, and you won’t always be able to control how they consider a child “should be raised.” Inspired by John Gottman ’s studies, “Emotion Coaching” has been found to lead to fewer behavior problems, better academic outcomes, better self-regulation, and greater emotional and physical health. Put differently, t here is no doubt that treating your child’s emoti...
Tags: Psychology, Students, Parenting, Communication, Child Development, Perfectionism, Emotional Intelligence, Children And Teens, Success & Achievement, John Gottman, Rosenthal, Maturity