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The psychology of your future self

The psychology of your future self | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
"Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they're finished." Dan Gilbert shares recent research on a phenomenon he calls the "end of history illusion," where we somehow imagine that the person we are right now is the person we'll be for the rest of time. Hint: that's not the case.

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The change is the only constant in the universe. 

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donhornsby's curator insight, June 8, 2014 6:53 AM

Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they're finished.

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Learn but move  on, everyday

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No time like the present!

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Achievement Orientation: Coaching Strategies for Insightful Leadership

Achievement Orientation: Coaching Strategies for Insightful Leadership | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Achievement Orientation is an Emotional Intelligence Competency that goes beyond goal-setting. Here's how it relates to McClelland's core huma
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"Nobody predicted this": How Donald Trump’s narrative persuaded Middle America

"Nobody predicted this": How Donald Trump’s narrative persuaded Middle America | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Our last post closed with a cursory discussion of Donald Trump’s use of personal narrative during his successful campaign for the presidency of the United States. While I stated that I consider his discourse a relatively superficial effort at leading by autobiography, we are now seeing evidence that his stories of identity had a significant influence with some key elements of the voter population.
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How ‘Intellectual Humility’ Can Make You a Better Person

How ‘Intellectual Humility’ Can Make You a Better Person | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Be open about how much you don’t know.
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 15, 8:07 PM
This might go without saying, but in a world that revolves around reality TV maybe not. I always find it interesting to ask what people know. I learned this one evening having a conversation with a person in the early stages of dementia. Once she had a safe way to enter the conversation, it was incredible to listen to her. I tried this in my classroom. What others know fills the blanks for us.
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Why developing your emotional intelligence is important

Why developing your emotional intelligence is important | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Developing your Emotional Intelligence is key to leading happy and successful creative teams, says Leadership Coach Tanya Livesey
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Why Emotional Self-Control Matters - Mindful

Why Emotional Self-Control Matters - Mindful | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Releasing anger and frustration can actually help you regain control over a hectic day or win back productivity after feeling frazzled. But you have to do it in a mindful way.
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Arriving at School Ready to Learn- Raising Humans Podcast • Six Seconds

Arriving at School Ready to Learn- Raising Humans Podcast • Six Seconds | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
How can parents help children learn emotional intelligence so that they are truly ready to learn when they get to school?
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Brain expert Laurence Steinberg: Routine and boredom are anathema to plasticity - The Listener

Brain expert Laurence Steinberg: Routine and boredom are anathema to plasticity - The Listener | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Doing novel and challenging activities helps keep your brain plastic.
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Adaptability: Where Mindfulness Training Impacts Leadership

Adaptability: Where Mindfulness Training Impacts Leadership | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Adaptability is an Emotional and Social Intelligence Competency that has great value in leadership and professional realms. Mindfulness trainin
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How Emotionally Self-Aware Are You? - Mindful

How Emotionally Self-Aware Are You? - Mindful | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Without being able to recognize your feelings, you can’t control them. This inevitably effects your disposition—and output—at work.
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Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Learn how to improve emotional intelligence in the workplace. Emotional intelligence (EQ), is the ability to perceive, control and evaluate emotional cues.
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Depression Cardiovascular Risk As High As Obesity And Cholesterol

Depression Cardiovascular Risk As High As Obesity And Cholesterol | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Risk for cardiovascular diseases in men as a result of depression is just as great as that from high cholesterol levels and obesity, according to a report by researchers from Helmholtz Zentrum München. The World Health Organisation estimates 350 million people worldwide are affected by depression. But mental states are not all that is affected; depression can also compromise the body. Karl-Heinz Ladwig, group leader at the Institute of Epidemiology II at the Helmholtz Zentrum München, says: “Meanwhile there is little doubt that depression is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. The question now is: What is the relationship between
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Opinion | Do Not Go Gentle

Opinion | Do Not Go Gentle | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
To heck with 2016, an awful year. I have retreated into a cocoon to contemplate those I love.
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The UK government will teach eight-year-olds mindfulness to tackle spike in kids’ mental health problems

The UK government will teach eight-year-olds mindfulness to tackle spike in kids’ mental health problems | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
In the West, mindfulness, the practice of bringing one's awareness to the present moment, is no longer the stuff of yoga classes and corporate retreats. The British government will fund (pdf) randomized control trials in more than 200 schools across the country to see whether mindfulness effectively reduces stress and promotes wellbeing among eight to 12 year olds, and separat
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Vanessa Druskat: Why is Leadership Important?

Vanessa Druskat: Why is Leadership Important? | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Vanessa Druskat, Ph.D., an internationally recognized expert and consultant on group emotional intelligence, answers the question "why is leadershi
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How Great Leaders Show “Triple Focus”

How Great Leaders Show “Triple Focus” | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Leaders must move nimbly between concentrating on themselves and others, writes Daniel Goleman.
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 12, 5:12 PM
If I apply this to teachers, this makes sense. First, self-awareness is essential. Second, awareness and sensitivity to those I interact with regularly, students, colleagues, and students. Pedagogy and andragogy are about leading, as is educating.
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The Power Of Pride At Facebook

The Power Of Pride At Facebook | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Facebook’s HR department worked with Wharton professor Adam Grant to investigate what keeps employees at the company engaged and motivated. Below, they walk us through the results of their internal study.
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Emotional Agility as a Tool to Help Teens Manage Their Feelings

Emotional Agility as a Tool to Help Teens Manage Their Feelings | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Teens who who are able to identify and manage emotions may be better equipped to navigate life situations.
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The Politics of Conspicuous Displays of Self-Care

“Self-care” is newer in the American lexicon than “self-reliance,” but both stem from the puritanical values of self-improvement and self-examination.
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Better Mood; Better Bottom Line

Better Mood; Better Bottom Line | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
Employees can “catch” the moods of their leaders, which can impact job performance, writes emotional intelligence expert Daniel Goleman.
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Feeling Adrift? Here’s How to Strengthen Meaning in Your Life

Feeling Adrift? Here’s How to Strengthen Meaning in Your Life | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
The keys to leading a meaningful life. We have this false belief that stress is important in order to produce. Emma Seppälä Emily Esfahani Smith.
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Workplace venting makes it harder to bounce back from bad experiences

Workplace venting makes it harder to bounce back from bad experiences | Emotional and Social Intelligence | Scoop.it
We can reduce the lasting adverse effect of negative events at work by striving to rise above them. By Alex Fradera
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3 Ways To Discipline Your Monkey Mind - belfastvibe

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, March 28, 4:07 PM
There are some good points made in the article.