Emotionally Intelligent

4 Steps To Become A More Emotionally Intelligent Leader

What do all these leaders have in common? They aren’t emotionally intelligent. They are sending “nasty-grams” to their teams and causing emotional disengagement and shutdown in others. They have low EQ. And EQ = money. According to Drs. Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves “ The link between EQ and earnings is so direct that every point increase in EQ equals $1,300 to an annual salary. If that’s not enough, EQ accounts for 58% of performance in all types of jobs." All. Wow.


3 Things That Guarantee Engaged Employees

One of the most important elements an organization can be aligned on is their mission, vision and values about the company. These components are essential and powerful drivers for the exec team to efficiently achieve the success they want. They are also the key to having a highly engaged culture of team members who say "Thank God It’s Monday!"


How To Work With Unconscious Bias In Your Organization

One of the key topics I’m asked about these days is unconscious bias training. More and more studies come in every day that show diverse and inclusive teams (more on what that means later) consistently outperform teams made up of people who are very similar to each other. So it’s time to bust unconscious biases in business.

Creating Trust

Habits of Highly Effective Communicators — Part 1: Creating Trust

If someone craves mattering they want to feel appreciated and that they are making a difference. Likewise when they are in their Critter State they take mattering away—they make people feel small and invisible/unimportant. Here’s some messaging: “You’re my top pick to run this project–I totally trust and appreciate you and your contributions and gifts. How can I help you shine?” You’re showing them they matter and that you appreciate their talents.

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