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Avoid These Three Common Mistakes When Dealing with Change

I have been delivering more and more webinars from my home office these days.  In a couple of weeks, I will be delivering a webinar on Embracing Change, again, for Randstad RiseSmart.  They partner with companies across the globe to help them take an innovative approach to talent mobility, into, through, […]

Avoid These Three Common Mistakes When Dealing with Change2020-03-20T12:46:09-05:00

Emotional Intelligence: What Does Motivation Have to Do with Emotional Intelligence?

One of my favorite books is entitled, “100 Ways to Motivate Yourself” by Steve Chandler.

People with motivation are driven to achieve.  They are motivated by a deep desire to achieve, simply for the sake of achievement.  They have a passion for the work itself.  They seek creative challenges, like to learn, and take great pride in a job well […]

Emotional Intelligence: What Does Motivation Have to Do with Emotional Intelligence?2020-03-20T12:46:09-05:00

Emotional Intelligence: What Does Self-Regulation Have To Do With Emotional Intelligence?

Self-regulation is that little voice inside.  It is the component of emotional intelligence that frees us from being a victim of our feelings.  People that possess Emotional Intelligence, feel bad moods and emotional impulses, just as everyone else does, but they find ways to control and channel those feelings in useful ways.

Self-regulation enhances integrity, which not only good for […]

Emotional Intelligence: What Does Self-Regulation Have To Do With Emotional Intelligence?2020-03-20T12:46:09-05:00

Emotional Intelligence: What Does Self-Awareness Have to Do with Emotional Intelligence?

If you are like me you have taken many assessments.  It is valuable information that can be put to good use.

Self-awareness is the first component of emotional intelligence.  People who have a high degree of self-awareness recognize how their feelings affect them, other people, and their job performance.

Self-awareness extends to a person’s understanding of his or her goals.  People […]

Emotional Intelligence: What Does Self-Awareness Have to Do with Emotional Intelligence?2020-03-20T12:46:09-05:00

Identifying Difficult People

 

What are some words that come to mind when you think of difficult people?

Maybe such words as rude, argumentative, bad attitude, stubborn, disrespectful, loud, lazy, arrogant, conceited, mean, indecisive, non-listener, always right, or boss, come to mind.  You do have options in how to respond to difficult people.  Some researchers estimate that approximately 20% of the population are considered […]

Identifying Difficult People2020-03-20T12:46:11-05:00
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