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How to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional intelligence, also known as EI or EQ (for Emotional Intelligence Quotient), describes a person's ability to recognize emotions, to understand their powerful effect, and to use that information to guide thinking and behavior. Since EI helps you to better understand yourself--and others--a high EQ increases your chances for successfully achieving goals.

 

But is there a way to increase your emotional intelligence?

In their seminal research and publication, The Emotionally Intelligent Manager, professors David R. Caruso and Peter Salovey broke down four of the core skills involved in developing emotional intelligence:

 

1. Identifying your feelings and those of others

2. Using feelings to guide your own thinking and reasoning, along with others

3. Understanding how feelings might change and develop as events unfold

4. Managing to stay open to the data of feelings and integrate this into decisions and actions

 


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No hay verdadero aprendizaje, ni progrso en la Educación sin emoción.  Es necesario tomar consciencia de la relevancia de las emociones, de la inteligencia emocional en nuestro aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida,.
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How PwC and The Washington Post Are Finding and Hiring External Talent

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Corporations across the globe are increasing their use of external talent. In the U.S. alone, companies are engaging roughly 6.4 million independent contractors, freelancers, and other types of contingent workers. They’re doing this because hiring independent workers on a contingent basis increases business flexibility and agility, provides access to hard-to-hire specialized talent, and potentially reduces costs.

 

Because of these benefits, contingent or contract-based external talent already makes up about one-third of the average large corporation’s total workforce. This percentage is expected to grow in the coming years.


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As the use of external talent increases, so does the need for more efficient ways to find, hire, and manage contingent workers as well as integrate them into the company’s full-time employees and teams.

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As the use of external talent increases, so does the need for more efficient ways to find, hire, and manage contingent workers as well as integrate them into the company’s full-time employees and teams.

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As the use of external talent increases, so does the need for more efficient ways to find, hire, and manage contingent workers as well as integrate them into the company’s full-time employees and teams.

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As the use of external talent increases, so does the need for more efficient ways to find, hire, and manage contingent workers as well as integrate them into the company’s full-time employees and teams.

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My 3 Biggest Lessons on Entrepreneurship (so far) — LEAN STACK

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Lesson 1: Right Action, Right Time
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Create Animated Videos for your Business

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Make animated videos online for your business with GoAnimate. Create animated marketing videos, sales videos, explainer videos, training videos and elearning videos. Make video presentations and produce video advertising.


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Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi Eating dust

Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi Eating dust | OpusUS Work@Vantage© Business & Management Research | Scoop.it
Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp -- that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.

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Why You Need a Business Strategy, Not a Social Strategy

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There’s no shortage of how-to articles and blog posts on leveraging the power of social media. And with this endless sea of social media-touting commentary, it’s natural to think you’ve got to jump headfirst into the social sphere to keep your brand from getting left in the dust.

Although the need to engage with social media in business is undeniable, it’s easy to miss the bigger picture in all this: your business goals. Your business strategy should come first; your social media strategy should follow. (highlight to tweet) Here’s why.

Getting the Sequence All Wrong
You might argue that social platforms are where your buyers are, so it makes sense to dedicate time and resources there to figure out how to reach and interact with them.

The problem with this approach is that it means viewing social media as both the beginning and end. In this scenario, social strategy is where things start and social goals are where they end. This is incredibly limiting and fails to recognize all the other, highly important parts of your business.

First, consider your business objectives. What are your biggest goals? It could be awareness, lead generation, faster customer service, or engagement with industry partners. What actions do you need your prospects and customers to take to achieve those goals? Once these things are clearly defined, you can bring social media into the conversation.

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What Is Management Research Actually Good For?

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This brings us back to the question of whose interests are served by business research. Traditionally, the ultimate constituency for organizational research was managers. Scholars were encouraged to conduct research with “managerial relevance” or possibly “policy relevance.” And as business corporations kept growing bigger during the 1960s and 1970s, the need for managers to staff their internal hierarchies led to a massive expansion in management education. The demand for managerially relevant research was evident. Yet beginning in the 1980s, changes in the economy were reflected in the kinds of jobs taken by MBA students..


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These drones are coming for your Jobs

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If you work in one of these fields, drones are coming at your job like a plague of locusts.

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11 Tips For Being Part Of The Office Team As A Telecommuter - In Photos: 11 Tips For Being Part Of The Office Team As A Telecommuter

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Working from home has its perks--like more flexibility and family time, and fewer co-worker interruptions--but it also has its pitfalls.
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4 Myths Debunked About Employees Working Remotely - Entrepreneur - Entrepreneur

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If you are committed to success at all costs, there are many compelling reasons to shake up the traditional approach and switch over to a virtual setup.
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Outsource Innovation Thoughtfully

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Our thought topic this month was: “Innovation in Technology Organizations”, so if you follow Thought Ensemble’s website, you’ll see a flurry of blogs on this topic over the next couple weeks. Our focus was on technology groups (software engineering or IT organizations) who want to be more innovative. Generally these organizations are building software or products that ultimately touch end customers. Across industries, we are seeing renewed interest in becoming more innovative as a technology organization or as a company as a whole. We believe the first step is getting clear on the type(s) of innovation the organization wants to pursue, especially within the context of incremental versus radical innovation and how much they want to invest in each part of the innovation “portfolio”. For companies who want to focus on incremental innovation, which is arguably the best place to start, we all had lots of experiences and ideas for process, organizational and cultural changes that can be brought into practically any company. It makes a lot of sense to weave this type of innovation into existing structures.


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Work Flexibility Can Improve Mental Health--and the Health of Your Company

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One of my colleagues, Carolyn, spent 20 years successfully climbing the corporate ladder at her former employer, reaching the upper levels of management. She had achieved exactly what she thought she wanted.
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Keep your job and travel the world

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“Increasingly, workers with wanderlust have an array of options.”
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Why The 8-Hour Workday Doesn't Work

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The eight-hour workday is an outdated and ineffective approach to work. Let go of this relic and try a new, more productive approach.
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The Work of the Future

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Inertia is an extremely powerful force. There are good financial, psychological, and emotional reasons that people and organizations don’t simply drop the old ways of doing things and adopt new ones. At my most recent doctor’s visit, I filled out the intake form in pencil. Banks continue to employ tellers because lots of customers like them, because there are lots of things ATMs can’t do, and because they can help sell other products and services.

History is littered with futuristic technologies that either fizzled out or haven’t developed into new standards as quickly as pundits projected: flying cars, routine space travel, waterbeds. The geniuses who cook up new technologies don’t always fully appreciate the barriers to widespread use. Take drones. Companies are already using them as adjuncts to employees — insurance adjustors deploying them to assess roof damage after storms, for example.

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Why Personal Engagement means better Business Research

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Networking plays an important role in Business Research & Information Sourcing. Better the engagement, better the research.

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12 “Need to Know” Digital Marketing Trends for 2016

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Last year saw the emergence of lots of marketing innovation and creativity. A new year has begun.


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How Clinical Research Management Can Help You? ...

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How Clinical Research Management Can Help You? Many scientific analysis experts become promoted or advance to the higher level supervisory positions after | Entertaninment
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Doing Research That Matters; Shaping the Future of Management

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If you believe the impact of management research and education is in decline, this book will help you play your part. Doing Research that Matters looks at an old issue from a new perspective, taking a fresh and cross-disciplinary approach to learning how we can contribute with our work to shaping the future of management. Readers are invited to sit back and relax while they are taken on a journey through the views and work of a group of exemplary professionals: top-management gurus Rob Goffee, Robert Kaplan, Barbara Kellerman, Philip Kotler, John Kotter, Howard Gardner, Costas Markides, Roger Martin, Henry Mintzberg and David Ulrich; Nobel Laureates Gerhard Ertl, Doug Osheroff, Elinor Ostrom, Jack Szostack and Harald zur Hausen; and world renowned astrophysicist Margherita Hack. In his quest to become a better management innovator, Marco Busi shares the wisdom he gained from these interviews to highlight patterns in the way pioneers identify a problem worth researching, generate an outcome worth spreading, and generally conduct a career worth having.

 

In an era when the impact of management research and education could be argued is in decline, this book helps readers who want to have a real impact through their management practice and/or research and allows them to truly stand on the shoulders of giants. Doing Research That Matters reveals the ways that exceptional scholars and practitioners have sparked research, done it well, and spread it to others, in the process shaping the way we live and manage. It presents a collection of views and experiences of Nobel Laureates and top management gurus such as Robert Kaplan, Philip Kotler, Howard Gardner, Costas Markides, specifically related to the concepts of research excellence, research process and research outcome. These interviews reveal how their transformative research came about, what drives it, who drives it, how it happens, and why the people who do it feel so passionate about getting the word out. Taking the reader through their life stories it highlights common patterns in the way these people identify a problem worth researching, generate an outcome worth spreading, and generally conduct a worthy professional life.

 

Contents:

Prologue My Declaration of Intent1  Personal Introduction To The Futureers15  Chapter 1 Shaping the Future of Management by Reinventing Management Research25  Understanding What to Aim For35  Chapter 3 The Thrill of Discovery55  Finding Romantic Problems Worth Studying71  Chapter 5 Enjoy the Ride93  Chapter 6 Travelling Solo or in Groups?117  Chapter 7 Share the Experience to Make it More Valuable to You and Others139  Epilogue Shaping the Future of Management Research161  Endnotes181  About the Author197  Copyright   




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Doing Research That Matters Shaping the Future of ManagementMarco Busi (editor), 200 pp, 2013, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, ISBN: 9780857247070


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Latino-Owned Businesses: Their Finances And Impact On Economic Growth

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While small business loan applications submitted by Latino entrepreneurs grew 18% in the past year, Latino business owners face significant hurdles in securing financing. They still lag behind in the necessary factors needed to secure financing such as annual revenue, credit scores, age of business and operating expenses. A study released [...]
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Three Pitfalls Of Remote Work That You Probably Aren't Thinking About

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If the concept of workplace flexibility conjures up happy visions of writing code on the beach in Bali or designing marketing materials on your laptop at a Bushwick coffee shop, you're very likely one of the many, many, young workers who romanticizes...
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The C-Suite Needs a Chief Entrepreneur

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And here’s the job description.
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4 ways to Boost your Telecommuting Productivity

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How to make work-life balance work

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Work-life balance, says Nigel Marsh, is too important to be left in the hands of your employer. Marsh lays out an ideal day balanced between family time, personal time and productivity -- and offers some stirring encouragement to make it happen.
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