Bill Benjamin — August 14, 2019 — August 14, 2019 mohamed_hassan / Pixabay For those of us in the Human Resources field, we’ve heard about the term Emotional Intelligence (EI) back in the mid-90’s when Dan Goleman wrote the eponymous book. At the time, the idea was revolutionary: that there is more to exceptional leadership … Continue reading Why Emotional Intelligence is a Critical Skill for Your Future Workforce
Julee Everett — June 3, 2019 Follow @Julee_NorthStar — June 3, 2019 A Product Owner is constantly balancing expectations from the business, the team, and users. It’s a tough job; sometimes the rewards feel fleeting and the customer can be flighty, but perhaps your team is just not working well together. At times, you might … Continue reading 5 Tips to Increase your Emotional Intelligence as a Product Owner
Claudette Rowley — March 28, 2019 Follow @RowleyClaudette — March 28, 2019 As HR professionals, engaging in dialogue that creates trust and connection, building great cultures, and bringing out the brilliance in people are top among our chief aims. To do so effectively, however, requires harnessing the emotional energy of an organization’s culture. When I … Continue reading How to Harness Your Company’s Emotional Energy
Brian Basilico — December 21, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — December 21, 2018 BedexpStock / Pixabay Are you on LinkedIn? Chances are you are. Now, the second part of that is, are you using it effectively? And my guess to the answer to that question is no. Why is that? Well, most people have an … Continue reading How Can Emotional Intelligence Make LinkedIn More Powerful?
Syed Balkhi — December 14, 2018 Follow @SyedBalkhi — December 14, 2018 Hiring the right employees can be tough. It’s no longer enough to see impressive work experience, awards, and educational backgrounds. Sticking only to technical skills and professional experience when interviewing potential employees neglects a major essential component of a good worker: emotional intelligence. … Continue reading 3 Tips for Hiring Emotionally Intelligent Employees
Kristen Odom — September 28, 2018 — September 28, 2018 Emotional Intelligence is defined as the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. Everyone has room for improvement when it comes to EQ, but especially if they interact with others in the workplace. What … Continue reading How Emotional Intelligence Can Make You Better at Your Job
Rick Lepsinger — August 21, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — August 21, 2018 mohamed_hassan / Pixabay Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and express one’s personal feelings. High emotional intelligence is critical for establishing and maintaining close personal relationships, and it’s also important from a leadership and a team-building perspective. Many of the soft … Continue reading How to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence
The Laughing Emoji: Got It! by Ray Schultz , Columnist, November 24, 2017 H.L. Mencken posited that if Germany is the land of metaphysics and France is the land of amour, then America is the land of mirth. That belief has been confirmed by a Facebook study that explores, among other things, the emojis sent … Continue reading The Laughing Emoji: Got It!
Miranda Marquit — September 28, 2017 — September 28, 2017 geralt / Pixabay We often think of one type of intelligence when we talk about “smarts.” However, book learning isn’t everything. Being smart intellectually isn’t going to be the only thing that allows you to be successful as a business owner. While it helps to … Continue reading Why You Need to Develop Emotional Intelligence to Be Successful
How do you build loyal brand advocates? Contributor Jim Dicso says it’s all about stepping up your customer experience efforts to give your brand a competitive advantage. Jim Dicso on August 25, 2017 If you could generate six times your revenue, would you? For marketing executives, this question is a no-brainer. The challenging part … Continue reading Why emotion is crucial to create brand advocates — and what you can do about it