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Coaching in Academia

Boost Your Student’s Self Esteem: Help Them Harness Their Emotional Intelligence

September 19, 2019

As we begin to enter a new school year, we reflect on the excitement of what lies ahead but also the challenges that may appear. One of the biggest challenges facing students today is how to navigate the world of digital technology in safe and healthy ways. Cyber-bullying and reliance on social interactions through screens can have serious harmful effects on self-esteem. As more young people turn to streaming devices, video games, and social media as forms of validation, there’s never been a...

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The Benefits of EQ for Teenagers

August 25, 2017

We often discuss the importance of emotional intelligence (EI) as it relates to the modern workplace; how businesses are changing and shifting priority away from individuals who are driven but can’t work well with others, to adaptive, responsive, and inclusive workplaces that foster greater levels of success. One of the best times to begin teaching...

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Emotional Intelligence: The Skills You Didn’t Learn in School

July 31, 2017

In the classroom, most curriculums are the same: you learn science, mathematics, geography, and other valuable educational subjects. However, there is one important subject that is missing from the classroom. Emotional intelligence, or EI, is a term used by psychologists that describes an individual’s ability to handle and read their own emotions, and how they...

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Coaching in the Classroom

August 13, 2016

To contribute further to the field of education, we have created this program focused on building awareness of the field of emotional intelligence and your personal operating style, and providing training on coaching skills and a methodology to foster improved engagement in academia. Using a coach approach in the classroom requires that the lecturer (teachers...

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