Leadership Effectiveness using Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Effectiveness + 69 Exercises (PDF)

We’ve already talked about emotional intelligence in other pieces on this website, and we’ve even explored the topic in the context of the workplace. If you’re thinking, “Another article on emotional intelligence?”, don’t worry! This article introduces new information and covers new g
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The Best Books on Emotional Intelligence

26 Best Emotional Intelligence Books (Reviews And Summaries)

Emotional Intelligence plays a huge intangible role in helping us understand and manage emotions. We have covered the topic from several different angles already, but if you are keen to read more on EI, look no further than this blog. The manifold applications of Emotional Intelligenc
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EQ at work

How to Improve Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace (31 Tips + Activities)

If you follow this blog, you might have seen our recent piece on emotional intelligence. As you probably know, emotional intelligence is a big topic in a lot of areas, but perhaps none more so than the workplace. If you’ve heard a lot about emotional intelligence but you’r
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EQ and Emotional Intelligence

What is Emotional Intelligence and How to Improve it? (Definition + EQ Test)

What’s more important: IQ or EQ? If you think IQ is more important, you might be surprised at what you’ll learn in this piece – that’s not to say that IQ isn’t important, but there may be some traits that are even more influential on our success. If you t
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Positive Affectivity

What is Positive and Negative Affect in Psychology? Definitions + Scale

The difference between “affect” and “effect” is hard enough for a lot of us to grasp. Which is which, again? Do I have an affect or an effect on my spouse? Does my spelling affect my grade or effect my grade? Keeping track of these two different versions can prove challenging already,
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Plutchik's Wheel of Emotions: What is it and How to Use it in Counseling?

Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions: What is it and How to Use it in Counseling?

Can you guess how many emotions a human can experience? The answer might shock you – it’s around 34,000. With so many, how can one navigate the turbulent waters of emotions, its different intensities, and compositions, without getting lost? The answer – an emotion wheel. T
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In the Moment With Emotions: Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence

  One cannot be emotionally intelligent without mindfulness of one’s emotions and without sound and consistent emotional intelligence, one’s happiness is merely a mirage in the desert, seen but never truly reached. Despite appearing seemingly unattainable, emotional i
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