Being emotionally intelligent means being able to step into someone else’s shoes, focus on solutions, and generally being able to manage one’s emotions. There are a lot of parts to emotional intelligence, but there is one indicator that truly shows emotional intelligence…
Leadership can be stressful. Managing projects, people, budgets and more can pile up and feel overwhelming. We can get stuck following our calendar or our to-do lists and forget to check in with ourselves or take a break.
In our culture, we often teach our kids to do well in school so they can get into a good college and become the leader they want to be – whether that is in business, politics, medicine or any other industry. The problem scientists are finding is that the success of a leader comes from […]
There is a lot of talk about Emotional Intelligence (EI) these days, and for good reason. How well you do in all areas of your life depends greatly on how you see the world and process it internally. Leaders who possess EI get along better with their teams, understand how to motivate employees, and are […]