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What Are the Benefits of Emotional Intelligence Certification?

October 13, 2020

Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC and co-founder EI Advantage tells us about how she works with emotional intelligence in academia, the workforce and through coaching.  She has a commerce degree and a doctorate degree and has worked as a university professor since 1996 in the US and Canada. Her passion is developing individuals and helping people...

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How Coaches Can Increase Emotional Intelligence

October 06, 2020

Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC and co-founder EI Advantage, tells us about how she works with emotional intelligence and through coaching. She has a commerce degree and a doctorate degree and has worked as a university professor since 1996 in the US and Canada. Her passion is developing individuals and helping people help themselves. Coaching is...

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How to Accelerate Your Career With Emotional Intelligence

September 30, 2020

Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC and co-founder EI Advantage tells us about helping students shift from academia to the workforce, and her new book full of emotional intelligence exercises to support their transition. Trained as a natural resource economist, she has worked as a university professor since 1996 in the US and Canada, and focuses much...

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How Emotional Intelligence Helps You Be Successful

September 29, 2020

Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC and co-founder EI Advantage tells us about how her new book: Emotional Intelligence: Your Foundation for Success helps people in the workforce to promote their ability to communicate, collaborate, and to make decisions and handle stress.  Trained as a natural resource economist, she has worked as a university professor since 1996...

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How Emotional Intelligence Helps Employees Thrive

September 24, 2020

Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC, and co-founder EI Advantage tells us about emotional intelligence in the workforce and how to get more of it.  She has a commerce degree and a doctorate degree and has worked as a university professor since 1996 in the US and Canada. Her passion is developing individuals and helping people help...

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How Business Owners Can Build Resilient Remote Teams

September 22, 2020

Do you run a business that’s recently had to go fully or partially-remote due to COVID-19? Want to learn strategies that will increase your team’s resilience and help them stay productive while working from home? Developing your hardiness and resilience allows you to understand how others react to change, which is essential for communicating with...

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How to Become a Better Business Owner by Developing Your Emotional Intelligence

September 15, 2020

Do you want to become a better business owner who inspires their staff? The secret to inspiring leadership is emotional intelligence! Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to manage your emotions and control how you react to other people’s emotions. As a business owner, having the ability to manage your emotions can help you resolve...

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5 Ways to Become a More Resilient Leader

August 19, 2020

Do you want to become more resilient and lead confidently through times of change?  Building resilience is essential to becoming a leader who can successfully navigate hardship and difficulty. Even better: studies have shown that leaders with high levels of resilience are viewed as being more effective than their peers, direct reports, and their managers....

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How to Use the Hardiness Resilience Gauge to Increase Your Leadership Abilities

August 11, 2020

Wondering how to become a resilient leader? Looking for ways to build your skillset and bounce back faster from times of stress, trauma, and disaster? In this article, we’ll discuss how to use the Hardiness Resilience Gauge (HRG) to increase your leadership abilities. Leaders who develop resilience, which is defined as the ability to withstand,...

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How Your Hardiness Resilience Gauge Score Helps You Be a Better Leader

July 21, 2020

Have you ever wondered what makes some people better at handling stress than others? Or how some people seem to “bounce back” quickly from setbacks while others watch opportunities pass them by? The answer is some people are more hardy and resilient than others. What are Hardiness and Resilience? Hardiness and resilience describe the way...

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