Emotionally intelligent career advice: Who’s writing your reference letter?

It continues to amaze me how some employees treat the very people who will be writing their reference letters. Who’s writing your reference letter or who is going to provide a reference for you and what are they going to say about you? What do you want them…

Practice your EQ-i 2.0 debrief skills with other EITC alumni

If you’re new to EQ Certification, or want to deepen your skill in administering EQ-i 2.0 assessments, we have a great new free alumni program for you. EITC Peer Debrief Program Whenever we learn a new skill, it takes time, practice and commitment to build that skill, to develop confidence, …

EQ assessment and coaching paints a clear leadership picture

Maria thrived in the competitive environment of medical school because she was smart and hardworking. She was confident being in charge as a physician leader during rounds and in cross-functional team situations, and was comfortable with a directive style of leadership she learned in medical…

Creativity, perfectionism and emotional intelligence

Watch Kim Cairns while he interviews Rebecca Cory, facilitator of our Writing for Emotional Intelligence 30-day online course. This interview explores the thinking behind the course, the nuts and bolts of the course and what it means to build our creative muscles. They also talk about how perfectionism can get …

Finding focus in the midst of complexity

What can we do about this increasing complexity of work? How do we counter this trend? Let’s take a look at how a few of our emotional intelligence skills can support us in simplifying and creating a more nourishing balance in our lives…

Upcoming Webinar: Creativity, Perfectionism and Emotional Intelligence

Join us on Friday, May 4, 2018 at 11am PDT for an interview with Rebecca Cory, facilitator of our Writing for Emotional Intelligence 30-day online course. We’ll be talking about perfectionism, building our creative muscles and how essential creativity is for living a fulfilling life.

Getting it right the first time: Onboarding with emotion

Here’s a short tale of two impressions. Margaret was at a party when she met Shae who worked at Thread the Needle Electronics (TNE), a company where she had recently submitted a resume. She thought TNE would be a great place to work. Shae told her it was actually a …