Tag: EI/EQ

  • How to Support Emotions at Work

    A recent loss is inspiring me to shine a spotlight on mental health. There’s no knowing what, if anything, might have kept him here longer, but I know many of us at this time who knew and loved him are wondering what we could have done more. These thoughts, while part of the natural process […]

  • 5 Habits That Distinguish Leaders From Bosses

    Now that my daughters are on sports teams, I am teaching them what it means to be an athlete. They’re not new to sports; between the two of them, they’ve tried just about everything: swimming, soccer, volleyball, field hockey, horseback riding, basketball, gymnastics, and on and on. Officially now, they are on teams with uniforms […]

  • Have You Ever Cried at Work?

    Have you ever cried at work? Whether personal or work-related? How about on the playing field? What were you taught to do with that emotion? Suppress it? Fight it? Hide it? Turn it off? Did anyone ever tell you to just sit with it? Let it out? Journal about it? Do those methods work, and […]

  • What We Can Learn From the Success of L’Oreal’s Mindfulness Program

    Mindfulness is a breakthrough technology that will help forward-thinking leaders solve today’s and tomorrow’s problems.

  • What Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness Training ISN’T

    Why is emotional intelligence suddenly so touted as a major leadership skill? Because we know a lot more about what makes people tick, what motivates them, and what inspires top performance than we ever did before. HINT: It’s not the old dominant intimidation model that helped the moguls of the past become monopolists (Ford, Rockefeller, […]