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Defeating Workplace Drama with Emotional Intelligence

Defeating Workplace Drama with Emotional Intelligence | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
There’s a straightforward emotional equation to explain workplace behavior that, on its face, makes no sense.
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Women Leaders Get Results: The Data - Daniel Goleman

Women Leaders Get Results: The Data - Daniel Goleman | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
The most effective leaders, we’ve long known, have more competence in emotional intelligence. It’s not your college degrees or IQ that make you an outstanding leader, but emotional intelligence abilities. Leaders who get the best results tend to show more strengths in key competencies in emotional intelligence. Now the news comes that women, on average, …
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Marshall Goldsmith: The Real Secret to Becoming Your Very Best

Marshall Goldsmith: The Real Secret to Becoming Your Very Best | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it

Susan A. David, Ph.D. Cofounder, Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School | Author, Emotional Agility | CEO, Evidence Based Psych. "You can easily learn how to close the gap between the 'ideal you' and the 'real you.' However, this does not mean that you will do it."    "To become the person you want to be, you need to stop making excuses. "

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A leading procrastination expert reveals which personality types tend to put stuff off

A leading procrastination expert reveals which personality types tend to put stuff off | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Procrastination expert and psychologist Tim Pychyl says people who exhibit a lack of self-discipline and impulse control tend to delay startin
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Emotional Agility Part 4:  "moving on"

Emotional Agility Part 4:  "moving on" | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Watch this short video to learn about how "moving on" can help you cultivate habits rooted in your values.
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The Accountability Ladder | Sally Earnshaw | Blue Sky Performance Improvement

If things aren't going your way, do you take accountability or do you become a victim? The "Accountability Ladder" helps us to understand the reasons behin
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Emotional Agility Part 3: Walking your why

Emotional Agility Part 3: Walking your why | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Watch this short video to learn about how "walking your why" can help you infuse everyday choices with your values and become more emotionally agile.
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The president as master storyteller

The president as master storyteller | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
At the end of the previous post, I cited Barack Obama as an example of a public official who used his autobiographical stories to inspire his constituents. This week, I propose to look at this notion in some more detail.
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Emotional Agility Part 2: Stepping Out 

Emotional Agility Part 2: Stepping Out  | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Stepping Out
Watch this short video to learn about how "steppping out" can help you hold your thoughts and emotions lightly, not get hooked on old stories, and gain perspective on your experiences
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Author Susan David, Ph.D. talks about SHOWING UP to your emotions.

Watch this short video to learn about how "showing up" to your emotions can help you become less stressed and overwhelmed, and more emotionally agile. Tak
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Why Emotions Are Integral to Learning

Why Emotions Are Integral to Learning | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Understanding how deeply connected emotions are to learning can help reframe the conversation around what works in schools.
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The 10 Big Rules of Small Talk

The 10 Big Rules of Small Talk | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Anyone who's been caught at a wedding reception or a cocktail party discussing recent precipitation knows that making small talk isn't as easy as it sounds.
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Balancing Act | Washingtonian

Balancing Act | Washingtonian | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it

Susan A. David, Ph.D. Cofounder, Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School | Author, Emotional Agility | CEO, Evidence Based Psych. "Many women possess a deep-seated fear of being wrong or embarrassed, which prevents them from taking risks. Risk-taking is important, in part because it can lead to failure—and surviving failure, they say, is essential to building resilience and confidence."


A Note to our readers: The cover of the spring issue of Washingtonian MOM features journalist and author Claire Shipman, whose new book, The Confidence Code, cowritten with Katty Kay, goes on sale later this month. The Washingtonia

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Episode 50: Susan David – Emotional Agility | Peter Bregman

Episode 50: Susan David – Emotional Agility | Peter Bregman | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Dr. Susan David argues we need to make room for our emotions so that we can make sound decisions when we are in triggering situations.
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Why Is It Impossible to Not Judge People?

Why Is It Impossible to Not Judge People? | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
It is impossible to meet someone and make zero internal judgments about them. Just like it is impossible to look at a word and not read it.
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6 Ways Gratitude Affects Your Brain

6 Ways Gratitude Affects Your Brain | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Every year around Thanksgiving, many of us pause and think about all the things that we're thankful for — like food, family, health and everything positive in our lives. But if you've been paying attention to neuroscience over the past few years, you
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What Makes People Feel Upbeat at Work - The New Yorker

What Makes People Feel Upbeat at Work - The New Yorker | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Maria Konnikova writes about how to create a positive work environment. Research shows that it involves not telling people to be positive.
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The Cost of Distrust

The Cost of Distrust | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Distrust commands a very handsome price. It destroys initiative, damages relationships, creates a toxic environment and reduces competitiveness.

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donhornsby's curator insight, December 2, 11:10 AM
What if I told you that mistrust could kill our individual aspirations, cripple our personal and business relationships, strip the muscle from our most powerful leaders, and crush the productivity and morale of our best and brightest people? Would I have your attention? Then why don’t we give trust the attention it deserves?
Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 2, 2:05 PM
Trust is earned. Parker Palmer said authority (trust) is authored in the words and actions of a person. My experience is there is not much trust in schools.
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Smartphones Are Driving Everyone Insane

Smartphones Are Driving Everyone Insane | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Dr. Travis Bradberry "New research from USC's Marshall School of Business explains what your colleagues are thinking when you use your phone during a meeting and why this practice might keep you from getting a promotion."
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The Success Delusion – Marshall Goldsmith Library

Susan A. David, Ph.D. Cofounder, Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School | Author, Emotional Agility | CEO, Evidence Based Psych. "Our belief in ourselves helps us become successful. It can also make it very hard for us to change."
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Emotional Agility - book

Emotional Agility - book | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it

Susan A. David, Ph.D. "Decades of psychological research shows that our life satisfaction in the face of inevitable worries, regrets, and sad experiences depends not so much on how many of these things we experience, or even their intensity, but on the way we deal with them."

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Embracing Change And Gaining Emotional Agility - With Dr. Susan David

Embracing Change And Gaining Emotional Agility - With Dr. Susan David | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Discover how to quickly improve the results in all areas of your life by gaining more emotional agility with Dr. Susan David.
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