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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

Change: Are You Surviving or Thriving?

 

I deliver a lot of presentations on chaos and change management and how to become a quick-change artist.  It is important to recognize that there is a difference between change and transition.  Unless we get through the transition, change isn’t going to stick.  Change can happen overnight, it’s immediate, situational, or mechanical.

Change is often external or physical.  It may […]

Change: Are You Surviving or Thriving?2020-03-20T12:46:11-05:00

Communicating Across the Generations

 

In order to communicate effectively across the generations, we need to recognize that there are some differences in the expectations when it comes to audio/visual equipment and technology.  I would suggest that you no longer use an overhead projector, however, the Veterans & Traditionals might appreciate it.  It’s light and it’s bright, and it must be pretty important information […]

Communicating Across the Generations2020-03-20T12:46:11-05:00

Mistake: Resisting Change

 

Some people make the mistake of joining the anti-change crowd.  I learned a long time ago growing up on the farm that it was a lot easier to ride the horse in the direction it was headed.  I don’t know if you have ever been on a horse that wants to go back to the barn, it’s going back […]

Mistake: Resisting Change2020-01-20T07:37:29-05:00
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