Emotional Intelligence (EI) represents our ability to understand and manage emotions, both in ourselves and in others. Meanwhile, Emotional Quotient (EQ) provides a quantitative score from tests assessing this emotional adeptness, much like an IQ test measures cognitive intelligence.
Public speaking is one of my dreams. So here are 5 mindsets I’ve developed to help me with my self-confidence.
As a high-level leader, you understand the importance of keeping the pulse on your organization and staying connected to your team. Unfortunately, all good intentions aside, as your day gets busy, it can be easy to lose touch with the lower levels of your organization, but you shouldn’t.
Are you a struggling manager who feels like you’re constantly drowning in everyday demands from your organization, responsibilities and team? This one’s for you…
As a leader, it can feel it’s hard to influence others without using manipulation or wasting your time, talent and resources. You may find yourself frustrated, feeling like you’re not getting anywhere or not having the impact you want.
But the truth is, you don’t need to resort to manipulative tactics to influence others. There are simple, effective ways to do it without sacrificing your integrity.
Emotional intelligence helps in avoiding passive aggressiveness and promoting emotional clarity. For example, anger is a healthy emotion. It indicates a discomfort we are feeling and guides us into setting healthy boundaries for ourselves, without destroying our relationships. So one of the goals of EQ is identifying what emotions we are feeling and fostering them in a conductive way, instead of blocking them until they bottle up to the point of exploding.
As we are wrapping up 2022 and expectantly awaiting 2023’s arrival, I wanted to share 9 amazing habits that can literally set you in the path of success.
There’s so much value in the lessons we learn when we transition from individual success to serving and leading others successfully. Messi is truly an unprecedented leader that has demonstrated consistently the value of embracing the strength of teamwork. He led Argentina to win this amazing achievement and did it through consistency and discipline. We can all learn from Messi, especially those of us that have a deep passion for the game!
Emotional Regulation as one of the top skills for leaders. Creating self-awareness and learning to recognize what we are feeling and giving it a name starts to create emotional regulation.
Saying thank you has a powerful effect. Of course we get paid for the work we do daily, but being seen, heard and acknowledge with gratitude and appreciation is what we all as human beings aim for.
never hold on to a thank you I can give because I know how much positive impact it can have on the recipient and the world needs more grateful people.