I define EQ as using your emotions to help you, not hinder you. Once you identify an area of weakness, start noticing when it shows up. Then create a strategy to improve this skill.Read More
Imagine a big negotiation scenario: You are interviewing for a new job and want four weeks of vacation. Your team needs a longer deadline on a big client project. You want to win a lucrative contract that has always gone to a big rival.
How can you stay calm under pressure? What intention do you want to show up with?Read More
It’s been proven time and again: Successful leaders have high Emotional Intelligence (EQs). Learn which assessment is best for you.Read More
Taking an assessment is only valuable if you are debriefed on the results by an expert who is certified in that assessment. Otherwise, it is a waste of time.Read More