Emotional Intelligence

How Women in STEM Can Use Emotional Intelligence to Become Leaders

August 21, 2023

Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize and manage your own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.  This skill is crucial for anyone looking to become a successful leader, but it’s especially important for women in STEM. Women in STEM often work in male-dominated fields where we sometimes face bias or discrimination. It’s...

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5 Ways to Use Emotional Intelligence in eLearning

July 03, 2023

Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize, understand, and manage your own emotions, as well as the feelings of others.  It’s a precious skill in many areas of life, and eLearning is no exception. In this post, we’ll share five ways to use emotional intelligence to enhance your organization’s eLearning experience. 1. Develop a positive...

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Enhance YOUR resilience: say no

April 11, 2023

What do you say no to? Honestly, I didn’t even realize saying no was an option until I hit my 40s! And, at that time, it was entirely out of necessity with a growing family and a growing career. (Oh, and somewhere along there, hitting the proverbial “brick wall”!) At that time, I thought I...

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How to Increase Employee Retention With Emotional Intelligence

March 14, 2023

Employee retention is an essential factor to consider when running a successful business.  One report suggests that a turnover rate of close to 19% can be expected in many industries. Since finding and keeping talented employees can be challenging, understanding how best to retain them should be a priority of any employer.    Over the next...

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4 Ways Emotional Intelligence Makes You More Successful

February 14, 2023

When we think about what makes someone “successful” we often think about qualities like determination and drive – we tend to forget about the human aspect of success: emotional intelligence. However, if you want to thrive in any kind of leadership role then developing your “soft skills” is one of the most important endeavors you...

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How to Solve Employee Retention With Emotional Intelligence

September 20, 2022

Finding and hiring the right people for the right roles is essential to the success of any business, but it’s not something that happens with the snap of a finger. Hiring and onboarding a new team member is only the start of the process; HR managers and department heads now have to think about how...

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Workplace Wellness Tips: How to Help Employees Thrive at Work

April 19, 2022

We spend a considerable portion of our waking lives at work, and companies that are acknowledging this fact know that it’s not just the right thing to do, but also a good business decision. In recent years, the concept of “wellness” at work has come a long way from fruit in the lunchroom and subsidized...

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International Women’s Day 2022: 4 Ways to Create Equity in The Workplace

March 04, 2022

International Women’s Day 2022 is March 8th and important discussions are taking place at classroom desks, boardroom tables, and at kitchen tables across the country about how to create more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces. This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias, and focuses on raising awareness against bias and taking action for equality and equity for...

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EQi Certification Alumni Interview: Pam Grahame

February 24, 2022

 Pam Grahame tells us about her resilient leadership journey; and the EQ skills that have been her foundation. She has 25 years in the steel industry achieving top results in sales and as a sales operations leader. After restructuring within her organization, she went to work and entered the world of entrepreneurship offering executive coaching,...

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The Top 3 Skills for 2022: Resilience, Empathy, and Emotional Intelligence

December 08, 2021

A lot has changed in the past year. From learning new tech tools like Zoom, to adapting to a hybrid work-from-home and in-office model as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect how we live, it’s safe to say that we’ve faced more personal and professional changes in the last 365 days than perhaps at any...

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