Tag: Emotional Intelligence


Linking Emotional Intelligence Training to Change Management Training

Did you know that since the 1970s, there has been a consistent 60% to 70% failure rate for organizational change projects? And according to experts, this high failure rate is the direct result of “change battle fatigue,” where employees give up on change projects because of things like poor communication, ill will, unresolved feelings from […]


Step-by-Step: 3 Ways to Train for Emotional Intelligence

According to research conducted by Gallup, emotionally intelligent employees and leaders are much more engaged and are less likely to leave an organization. They also have higher customer ratings, prompt more profitability for an organization, have higher rates of productivity, report fewer theft and safety incidents, and have lower rates of absenteeism.

Key Traits of Effective Workplace Coaches

In an article for Entrepreneur, Chris Haddon and Jason Balin note that many of us have coaches, mentors, or tutors growing up. Whether we play sports, play an instrument, take an in-depth dive into a specific academic field or just need some additional assistance with schoolwork, we often have someone taking a dedicated and focused […]


The Future of Preemployment Testing

Preemployment testing has been around in some form for decades, helping recruiters and HR staff prescreen candidates prior to the interview process. However, after a long period of relative stagnation, preemployment testing is now evolving. There are a number of reasons why, from new research to new technology, and both employers and candidates benefit from […]

Harvey Specter on human resources

It is challenging to make an attempt at wit and entertainment after the news of the brazen act of violence in Nice, France during a Bastille Day celebration last week. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Nice, France as they deal with this horrific tragedy.    Season 6 of Suits aired on USA […]

Leading with emotional intelligence

by Jimmy Daniel 75% of careers are derailed for reasons related to emotional competencies, including inability to handle interpersonal problems; unsatisfactory team leadership during times of difficulty or conflict; or inability to adapt to change or elicit trust. —The Center for Creative Leadership It does not matter what your IQ is or how smart you […]