Coach Employees to Strengthen their Emotional Intelligence

Gina Abudi

Not every employee who joins the organization has strong emotional intelligence. The post Coach Employees to Strengthen their Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Gina Abudi. Some employees tend to be reactive and don’t handle stress or conflict well.

Potted Emotional Intelligence

Consultants' Consultant

Consultants Consultant: Emotional intelligence is a given if you want to get ahead in the world today. Other posts around emotional intelligence: Argue reasonably AND emotionally Emotions are not built-in, we build them Take a moment! Manage your Emotions Secrets to emotional resilience. The post Potted Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Consultants' Consultant.

Hiring with a Focus on Emotional Intelligence

Gina Abudi

Abudi Consulting Group has been working with an increasing number of our clients to focus their hiring practices on emotional intelligence. Research has shown that emotional intelligence (EQ) is necessary for organizations who focus on consensus building, relationship building and collaboration to achieve goals. The post Hiring with a Focus on Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Gina Abudi.

How Strengths Knowledge Builds Emotional Intelligence

Leadership Vision Consulting

At Leadership Vision, we are well aware of the profound importance emotional intelligence plays in the lives and careers of our clients. As you work toward an Emotionally Intelligent team dynamic, how can you use Strengths as the baseline for growth?

How to build your emotional intelligence and look out for those around you

Tom Spencer

There are few responsibilities we have at work that won’t be handed over to computers and automatons in the decades to come, but one skill that will never be fully devolved to the robots is emotional intelligence.

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed

Gina Abudi

One of Abudi Consulting Group’s (ACG) clients, a pharmaceutical organization, has been working with ACG for the last year on a project to focus efforts on increasing the emotional intelligence of a key group of mid-level managers in their organization. The post Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed appeared first on Gina Abudi. A Client Case Study – Part 1 of 3 – The 360 Assessment.

Emotional Intelligence: Tuning into your ‘Inner Tapes’

Confessions of a Consultant

We know about IQ (Intelligence Quotient) and we know about EQ (Emotional Intelligence). Bottom Line : our understanding of intelligence has broadened considerably. Tuning into yourself is a key life skill.

Is Your Emotional Intelligence Authentic, or Self-Serving?

Harvard Business

It’s possible to fake emotional intelligence. Similar to knockoffs of luxury watches or handbags, there are emotions and actions that look like the real thing but really aren’t. With the best of intentions, I’ve seen smart leaders charge into sensitive interactions armed with what they believed was a combination of deep empathy, attuned listening, and self-awareness but was, in fact, a way to serve their own emotional needs. Emotional Intelligence.

Without Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness Doesn’t Work

Harvard Business

These, it turns out, are what one of us (Dan) has described as core emotional intelligence competencies. This connection with emotional intelligence was underscored in the interviews Matt conducted with the study participants themselves. Those behaviors tracked with those Dan describes in the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI), an established rubric for gauging emotional intelligence. Photo by Joshua Jackson.

Using Strong Emotional Intelligence to Manage Conflicts: A Case Study

Gina Abudi

Many organizations focus on strengthening emotional intelligence (EI) of their management staff. Strong emotional intelligence enables us to avoid or reduce conflicts and to manage through them when they do occur. [.]. The post Using Strong Emotional Intelligence to Manage Conflicts: A Case Study appeared first on Gina Abudi.

Why Artificial Intelligence Needs Some Emotional Intelligence

Strategy+Business

Robots are becoming chefs, and software is our new chauffeur, but their capacity for empathy leaves something to be desired

Improve Your Emotional Intelligence – Manage Emotions

Gina Abudi

Some Quick Tips to Manage Those Emotions! Once we recognize that we have emotions and feelings tied to just about everything that happens to us or around us each day, we need to learn how to manage those emotions. When we manage those emotions, we: Have better interactions with others Make better decisions Enable for [.]. The post Improve Your Emotional Intelligence – Manage Emotions appeared first on Gina Abudi.

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed – Part 2

Gina Abudi

The post Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed – Part 2 appeared first on Gina Abudi. Leadership 360 assessments client case study emotional intelligence management training people skills successful leadersA Client Case Study – Part 2 of 3 – The 360 Assessment Results. Read Part 1 of the case study. Findings from the 360 Assessment. 498 of 500 surveys were received.

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed – Part 3

Gina Abudi

The post Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Helping Managers Succeed – Part 3 appeared first on Gina Abudi. Leadership 360 assessments client case study Coaching emotional intelligence learning plans learning strategy management trainingA Client Case Study – Part 3 of 3 – Creating the Strategic Plan for L&D. Read Part 1 and Part 2 of the case study. The Plan for Learning and Coaching of Managers.

The Downsides of Being Very Emotionally Intelligent

Harvard Business

She pays a great deal of attention to others’ emotions and is kind and considerate. The main reason for this is Gemma’s high emotional intelligence (EQ), which explains all of the qualities described above. For example, EQ is positively correlated with leadership , job performance , job satisfaction , happiness , and well-being (both physical and emotional). Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleGemma is extremely caring and sensitive.

The Rise of AI Makes Emotional Intelligence More Important

Harvard Business

The booming growth of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), like most transformational technologies, is both exciting and scary. AI and machine learning will quickly surpass our abilities on the first two capabilities—and this will shift the skillset required for any worker wishing to stay in these careers as they are transformed by artificial intelligence. Recognize your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to emotional intelligence.

How to Boost Your (and Others’) Emotional Intelligence

Harvard Business

Among the various core ingredients of talent and career success, few personal qualities have received more attention in the past decade than emotional intelligence (EQ), the ability to identify and manage your own and others’ emotions. Emotional Intelligence. 3 Ways to Better Understand Your Emotions. This does not mean that the effort put toward sculpting emotionally intelligent behaviors is a waste of time.

How the Most Emotionally Intelligent CEOs Handle Their Power

Harvard Business

In essence, two key emotional intelligence competencies, self-awareness and empathy, had disappeared from his tool kit. While they seem to have learned emotional intelligence along the way, it’s often fairly superficial. When it comes to self-management, a lot of leaders learn to manage the outward expression of emotion but don’t have a clue about how to deal with deep-seated emotions such as insecurity or how they feel about power and authority.

Why Young Bankers, Lawyers, and Consultants Need Emotional Intelligence

Harvard Business

Over my 40-year banking career, I’ve learned that the critical distinguishing factor for advancing in the professional services is emotional intelligence (EQ). Emotional intelligence is the ability to monitor your own and other people’s emotions, to distinguish between different emotions and label them appropriately, and to use this information to guide your thinking and behavior. ” Emotional intelligence matters even more today.

An Introduction to the Value of High Levels of Emotional Intelligence

Gina Abudi

Emotional Intelligence is the ability to monitor one’s own emotions and the emotions of others, to discriminate between different emotions and use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior.” Individuals with high levels of emotional intelligence (EI) are better able to [.]. The post An Introduction to the Value of High Levels of Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Gina Abudi.

Emotional Intelligence Has 12 Elements. Which Do You Need to Work On?

Harvard Business

Her manager feels lucky to have such an easy direct report to work with and often compliments Esther on her high levels of emotional intelligence, or EI. So much for emotional intelligence , she’s starting to think. The trap that has ensnared Esther and her manager is a common one: They are defining emotional intelligence much too narrowly. Emotional intelligence Psychology Difficult conversations Influence Digital Article

Making Empathy Central to Your Company Culture

Harvard Business

Emotional intelligence Organizational culture Digital ArticleHighlight the right behaviors.

Shooting Yourself in the Foot

CaseInterview.com

One way that people harm their own careers is by missing the emotional context of pivotal, high-stakes situations at work. there’s an emotional context (and in this case, a timing consideration) that must be considered to get the outcome you want. Justifying the raise comes from IQ or intellectual intelligence. Reading the emotional context of the situation and choosing the right time and place to ask comes from EQ or emotional intelligence.

When to Take Initiative at Work, and When Not To

Harvard Business

Communication Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleSome problems aren’t yours to solve.

You Just Lost Your Temper at Work. Now What?

Harvard Business

Conflict Difficult conversations Stress Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleDon’t try to pretend nothing happened.

Managers, You’re More Intimidating Than You Think

Harvard Business

Communication Emotional intelligence Psychology Risk management Digital ArticlePowerful people are inherently scary.

What Startup Employees Can Teach the Rest of Us About Work

Harvard Business

Emotional intelligence Entrepreneurship Digital ArticleThey understand the importance of a growth mindset.

How to Move from Self-Awareness to Self-Improvement

Harvard Business

Managing yourself Emotional intelligence Psychology Digital ArticleChoose productive behaviors over familiar ones.

What Wellness Programs Don’t Do for Workers

Harvard Business

Health Stress Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleHere’s what it would mean to take employee well-being seriously.

How to Be Resilient in the Face of Harsh Criticism

Harvard Business

Receiving feedback Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleFour steps to recover and respond.

Handling Negative Emotions in a Way that’s Good for Your Team

Harvard Business

Emotional intelligence Managing people Digital ArticleInstead of repressing or expressing, try reappraising.

What Anxiety Does to Us at Work

Harvard Business

Managing yourself Emotional intelligence Stress Psychology Digital ArticleIt changes how we perceive things.

To Become Your Best Self, Study Your Successes

Harvard Business

Receiving feedback Career planning Psychology Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleKeep a record of positive feedback.

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Great Leaders Are Thoughtful and Deliberate, Not Impulsive and Reactive

Harvard Business

Leadership Emotional intelligence Psychology Digital ArticleObserving your responses is the first step to improving.

How to Talk with a Coworker Who’s Having a Tough Time

Harvard Business

Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleWhat to say, and what not to say.

The Little Things That Affect Our Work Relationships

Harvard Business

Managing yourself Communication Emotional intelligence Conflict Digital ArticleSomething as simple as an unreturned email can make a big difference.

What to Do When You Realize You’ve Made a Mistake

Harvard Business

Difficult conversations Emotional intelligence Digital ArticleAnd three steps for making things right.