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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


The Secret Ingredient for Extraordinary Leadership

Do you (or your organization) use the vending machine approach to leadership? That approach is when someone asks the boss a question (inserting the coins) and out pops (like the candy bar, soda, or bag of chips) the correct answer. Fitting the mold This “all-knowing” expectation is common in many organizations:  you, as a leader, are rewarded for looking smart by quickly providing answers. Because what gets rewarded gets done, you adjust your actions to fit the preferred mold. Pause for a mom...
Tags: Leadership, Curiosity, David McCullough, Harris Poll, Hal Gregersen, Leadership Development, Interpersonal Relationships


Anxiety & Fear of Losing Someone

I’m a person with various failed friendships, usually i get very close to someone but the friendship only last for like a year, and i always end up thinking that i’m kinda replaceable because for the other person is easier to find new friends. In my last year of college i found a couple of friends that i’m very close with, even when we no longer see each other every day and work in different places we have a very good friendship. The problem is that i’m afraid to lose them, in my line of work th...
Tags: Relationships, Anxiety, Insecurity, Dating, Abandonment, Worry, Making Friends, Interpersonal Relationships


How Childhood Trauma Affects Adult Relationships

Childhood experiences are crucial to our emotional development. Our parents, who are our primary attachment figures, play an important role in how we experience the world because they lay the foundation of what the world is going to look like for us. Is it a safe place to explore and take emotional risks? Are all people out to hurt us and therefore untrustworthy? Can we lean on important people in our lives to support us in times of emotional need? Complex trauma refers to prolonged exposure to ...
Tags: Psychology, General, Parenting, Relationships, Trust, Validation, Disorders, Depression, Self-esteem, Low Self Esteem, Intimacy, Dating, Child Development, Rejection, Child Abuse, Traumatic Childhood