How Courage & Leadership Tie Into Your Emotional Intelligence

Courage is commonly thought of in the context of an incredible act of bravery, or overcoming extreme adversity or risk. In everyday life, we might think of courage as getting up in the night to see if the noise...

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Get Unstuck and Empowered with Emotional Intelligence

In this day and age when talent is in high demand are you losing your top people to your competition? Worse yet, are you losing your people to disinterest and apathy? Are your employees disengaged? If you answered YES...

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Hire with Emotional Intelligence

By Ekaterina Grishko Often times hiring managers try to figure out an ultimate formula for an ideal candidate's personality traits. It is a particularly tricky task considering that each position puts an employee through very unique experiences and, as a...

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Why EQ is Essential for all Leaders

By Casey Miller The emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) and leadership are two concepts so ubiquitous in workplace lexicon that they are thrown around with the assumption that: 1) we all know what they mean, and 2) we all agree on...

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Empathy 101: Why are Soft-Skills so Hard?

By Isabelle St-Jean While neuroscience has had ripple effects across various fields of endeavour, one thing that has united them all is that we human beings are “wired to be social and empathetic.” Indeed, it is said that the brain...

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Infographic: Your Essential Guide to Emotional Intelligence

This infographic was created by Davitt Corporate Partners.

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Transparency Not Always So Clear

By Thomas Daley As often happens, what seemed to be occurring was not perceived the same way by all involved.  Here was a manager, supporting one employee to grow and develop, while resentment was building within another. The Barbs of Transparency One...

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Conversational Intelligence: On the Thresholds of the Discomfort Zone

By Isabelle St-Jean We like to believe we have control of our emotions 100 per cent of the time, but this is rarely the case. Do you remember the last time someone on your team seemed to be hijacked by...

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