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Having emotional intelligence means understanding and managing your own and others’ emotions.
Struggling with Learning and Development? The Key Is Authentic Caring
Is your company struggling with learning and development initiatives? It’s pretty common. You can provide all the resources necessary, preach the importance of continued development and growth, and even mandate some types of training. However, if your team members don’t commit to changing and showing a little compassion, it probably is not going to happen. […]
Becoming An Effective Manager: Building Emotional Intelligence
This course explores the four components of EQ; self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. Techniques illustrated in these four components illustrate techniques for developing one’s own emotional intelligence so that one can become a more effective manager. Preview video. Educate your team members and keep them curious until the end by learning strategies for […]
How to Get Talented People to Focus on Their Strengths
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. Our weaknesses, for some reason, outshine our strengths like a beam of light. We all become focused on our shortcomings, comparing other’s strengths to our weaknesses. Maybe that’s why we try to improve our weaknesses through self-help books, podcasts, or self-improvement classes. But what about our talents? While we’re focusing […]
Training Your Employees to Prevent PR Nightmares
Decades ago, the idea of a PR disaster was one that was rare. There, of course, were companies that suffered under the weight of bad press, but not in the way that companies do today. It seems like every day there is a new disaster affecting businesses around the world. So have businesses gotten less […]
How to Proactively Protect Against Workplace Violence
What Is Workplace Violence? Workplace violence has become a huge topic of discussion in the U.S. When we think about workplace violence, we most often think about those high-profile incidents, many of which involve active shooters. While workplace shootings are a component of workplace violence, that’s not all that falls into this category. According to […]