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    March 14, 2021

    How To Develop An Emotionally Intelligent Organization

    The Power of Giving Your Organization a Voice

    Over the last few months I’ve spent a lot of time talking with executives about emotional intelligence and the impact it has on results.  One individual whom I would deem as highly emotionally intelligent expressed disappointment in his own executive peer group. During their recent strategy session the dialog was focused on results, structural reasons for results, external market reasons for results, any reason for results that did not require an understanding or accountability for what is...Continue reading

    By Lisa WoodsPosted in Professional Development on March 14, 2021

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    March 10, 2015

    Emotional Intelligence as a New Leader

    4 Ways to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence

    Many studies have been performed showing us that your EQ (Emotional Quotient) is a better predictor for your success in business and life than your IQ.  What we have also found over the years is that you can work to grow your EQ over time.  Your Emotional Intelligence as a new leader gets tested almost immediately.  Continuing to work on improving not only your Emotional Intelligence, but the EI of your team will greatly improve the results of your team.   One client of mine had begun...Continue reading

    By Emilie ShoopPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on March 10, 2015

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    April 8, 2014

    How Vulnerable Are You?

    28 different points of view about the importance of vulnerability in leadership.

    Last year, 18 of the top 25 highest-grossing movies featured characters with super-human powers. Invincible leads like The Man of Steel, Iron Man and Thor appeal to us because we place such a high value on strength.    But there’s something different about the modern superhero. Even among the invincible, there is a decided vulnerability that we can relate to. In fact, it’s their very vulnerability that make Katniss Everdeen (Hunger Games), Frozen’s Anna and Elsa, Dr. Ryan...Continue reading

    By Deb CalvertPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on April 8, 2014

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    January 19, 2014

    Hey, Hot Head, Don't Say It!

    5 Steps to Better Emotional Intelligence

    You know you want to.  In fact you're dying to pop off some expletives that would make Mom turn ten shades of red.  Whether you receive news about a coming reorganization, unrealistic client deadline or one of your peers being absent AGAIN, you've been triggered. Whatever you're thinking at this exact moment, don't say it.  And, please, please, please don't e-mail it or text it either. Easy up on that trigger finger, pard’ner.      The news you received is out of your...Continue reading

    By Sherri PetroPosted in Communication Skills on January 19, 2014

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    August 29, 2013

    Improving Interview Intelligence-Part I

    Develop Your Interviewing Skills to Create Better Outcomes

    Interview Intelligence is a combination of IQ and EQ (Emotional Intelligence). Both are needed in order to consistently hire the right candidates with competency, talent and fit. Good detectives have interview intelligence – the ability to find the truth. To hire top talent, you must become a more intelligent interviewer and talent detective.   It’s never been more critical to get it right when hiring than this moment in time. The current economy, thinner margins, and increased...Continue reading

    By Joseph SkurskyPosted in Human Resources on August 29, 2013

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    July 25, 2013

    Just Starting Out & Need A Contract For Your Small Business?

    What can a contract do? Why do you need one? What should it say?

    By Dina Eisenberg, JD, Founder, SpeakupPowerfully.com Are you a newbie who is just starting your business? You probably realize that you need a written contract for your small business.  After all, businesses have contracts.  What you might not know is why you need a contract and what to include inside of yours.  It can be confusing so let’s take a minute to walk through those questions.   Understanding what your contract can do.   Understanding what a thoughtfully...Continue reading

    By Dina EisenbergPosted in Small Business on July 25, 2013

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    March 24, 2013

    Emotional Intelligence for the New Leader

    Using Emotional Intelligence to Manage Criticism: 4 Actions You Can Take

    By Emilie Shoop, Creator and Leader of Shoop Training & Consulting The concept of Emotional Intelligence was popularized in 1996 by author Daniel Goleman in his bestselling book entitled Emotional Intelligence.  Through both brain and behavioral research, Goleman makes the case that rather than IQ or technical skills, Emotional Intelligence is a better predictor for success especially in leadership.  What does that mean for you?  It means that how you approach life and handle...Continue reading

    By Emilie ShoopPosted in Management on March 24, 2013

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    February 18, 2013

    5 Brain-Friendly Rules to Reduce OR Eliminate Stress for Busy Leaders (& Teams)

    When it comes to dealing with stress, AVOID is not a strategy!

    By Christina Haxton, Speaker, Author & Executive Coach, Sustainable Leadership, Inc. Almost 48% of newly hired or recently promoted executives get fired or quit within the first 18 months on the job.  You worked hard to climb the corporate ladder and your efforts have finally paid off.  The climb up may have been slow, but the fall down will be swift and could be very noisy.   You, too, could be missing the signs of a headlong fall back down the ladder.  It won’t...Continue reading

    By Christina HaxtonPosted in Management on February 18, 2013

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