Emotional intelligence is sometimes called EQ (or EI) for short. Emotional Intelligence, describes an ability or capacity to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one’s self, and of others.
This is so true, even Google focuses on EQ. One of the main reasons why I took my years of Tai Chi training and built an EQ course for the
Emotional intelligence has become a top skill that recruiters look out for when hiring. How emotionally intelligent are you, and how can you improve? Modern work trends and rapid technological
Mindfulness May Increase Mental Performance at Work? During my study of the relationship between mindfulness and leader effectiveness, 100% of the leaders I interviewed (all having months or years of
Emotional intelligence is quickly becoming one of the top sought job skills. A skill that we are never taught but left on our own to figure out. So much of
People with better social skills tend to out-earn their colleagues, but what can you do to build your emotional IQ? While IQ remains a very strong predictor of career success, our
The problem with meditation instructions is that one often assumes if it works for someone else it should work for you. I came across this article and thought it would
I found this and have been meaning to share for ages how a meditation practice leads to altered traits. Secular meditation pioneers Daniel Goleman and Richard J. Davidson explain the
To read the original post head over to gineersnow.com Yes, cognitive intelligence is pretty useful. It helps people solve problems easily, enables their critical thinking to analyze a project more,
I’ve been doing Tai Chi for over 23 years and I’ve benefited greatly from all aspects of it. But I would also highly recommend the benefits of Yoga as it
I saw this article posted on inc.com and it is so true. The 1 Emotional Intelligence Skill You Need to Be Hugely Successful Think about a work scenario in your past
The reasons I built the Just Being course at Jumo was for this exact reason. Tap into the Emotion of Teams for more effective business results can only be done
This is so true, thought I would share this Blog post from mindful.org. Mistakes can be costly, and can trap you in a cycle of having to rush even more
I’ve been practicing Tai Chi for over 25 years and it has been an integral part of my mindfulness practice. Yoga like Tai Chi share many of the same benefits.
This was a good read thought I should share. This is why the Just Being Emotional Intelligence course is so valuable. You can follow the original article here. When emotional
At Just Being we have a course that can bring Mindfulness to your employee wellness program. Plus employees get to boost their emotional intelligence. You have probably heard the term