Emotional Intelligence 2.0 Step By Step

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is your ability to recognize and understand emotions in yourself and others, and your ability to use this awareness to manage your behavior and relationships.

Emotional Intelligence and Innovation

When one thinks of world class inventors and innovative thinkers, such as Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs, we tend to think mostly of creative geniuses who occasionally channeled their boundless..

Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela, clearly among the greatest leaders of our time, had different childhoods, different experiences, different struggles and different goals and different goals…

How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Toxic People

Toxic people have always been a drag, but new research shows they can physically harm your brain. Dr. Travis Bradberry.

9 Things Emotionally Intelligent People Won’t Do

Dr. Travis Bradberry explains nine key things emotionally intelligent people are careful to avoid.

13 Habits of Exceptionally Likeable People

Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that being likeable comes from natural traits that belong only to a lucky few.

How Emotional Intelligence Can Make Your Team More Agile

When thinking about team agility, it might help to picture a team of whitewater rafters heading toward class five rapids.

9 Things Passionate People Do Differently

Do you have enough passion in your life? Passion is the difference between playing the piano and being a pianist it’s who you are, not just what you do..

9 Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People

When emotional intelligence first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70%.

Every Closed Deal Begins with Soft Sales Skills

According to researchers at Stanford University, in a knowledge economy, there is “a greater reliance on intellectual capabilities [soft skills] than on physical inputs or natural resources.”

Defining Value Based Selling

Value based selling is the act of prioritizing the customer’s needs over those of the sales professional. That is, a value based approach to selling refrains from the practice of pushing.

How to Gain Budget Approval for Sales Training in 2021

The burden of the global pandemic has prompted businesses to question every line in the budget. As leaders begin to plan for the year ahead, they are reexamining the necessity.

Making Remote Working a win win Proposition

The COVID-19 crisis created chaos and panic for employers and employees. Those employees who could work from home were forced to go home, and the shift was disorganized and confusing.

Measuring the Impact and ROI of Virtual Learning

In today’s uncertain economic climate, the need to ensure that virtual learning provides value and improves organizational outcomes is increasingly important. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Measuring the ROI of Soft Skills

In today’s pandemic, HR faces both an opportunity and a challenge when it comes to investing in workers’ soft skills. The way to capitalize on the former and overcome the latter lies.

Updating Your Training Evaluation Strategy: A Road Map To Business Results And Increased Funding

The COVID-19 crisis created chaos and panic for employers and employees. Those employees who could work from home were forced to go home, and the shift was disorganized and confusing.

Designing Virtual Learning to Deliver Impact and ROI

Today, more than ever, there is a need to ensure that virtual learning works to improve organizational outcomes. Because of the work-at-home and travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 crisis most learning programs have shifted to a virtual format This requires program owners to design and implement.

Viewpoint: 7 Actions to Take Now to Protect Your HR Budget

As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, many executives predict the global economy will be in a recession for the rest of 2020 and perhaps even into 2021 Consequently, many top leaders will conduct reviews of programs in an attempt to reduce budgets and save money.