Posts Tagged ‘Emotional Intelligence’

Relax. Relax. Relax.

Janet, a fellow coach who’s also a writer, recommends her clients use the acronym “CAR” when communicating their strengths and experience during job interviews. It helps maintain the focus and natural progression a story should take – challenge, action, result. It’s simple. Not easy, but simple. Just like yoga (deja vu to my last post).…

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I Met Myself In the Arena (Mirror Work)

Daring Greatly

It takes a village. At least, that’s the self-development community I strive to live within, therapists, mentors, coaches, yogis, peers, healers, learners, seekers. The reasons for the size of the population are another subject. In this post, we’ll deal with this week’s experiences. Returning from spending spring break with my youngest son, visiting my family in…

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Two Things

This is so moving. Watch to the end to see evidence of an emotionally intelligent leader. Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. Don Lemon’s emotional message after sister’s unexpected death.

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Life & Leadership Lessons: Doug Pederson

Exceptional leaders capture passion. Attuned to the needs and dreams of people they lead, they create conditions for individuals and organizations to thrive, and soar. And they use their emotional intelligence to do it. Leaders also come in all shapes and sizes,  What does that look like? Well, to those of us in the Philadelphia area,…

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