Emotional intelligence skills can make a critical difference in our negotiations.
Since humans are social and emotional beings, effective human interactions require emotional skills. This explains why the performance of organizations is deeply connected to the emotional intelligence skills of their team members.
This is a webinar recording from January of 2022 on the top ten relationship mistakes leaders make.
The excitement of new EI skills can sometimes slip away as everyone starts to respond to the 150 emails that accrued. It’s hard to make a culture shift.
The need for emotional intelligence is at an all time high. With people recovering from the height of the pandemic and transitioning to hybrid work arrangements, our stress is not necessarily decreasing, but it is changing. New demands to be flexible, the loss of personal connection in relationships, uncertainty about the future and a challenge…
Meet Kevork Guerguerian. As an Organizational Effectiveness Specialist, he has over fifteen years of experience working with individuals, teams and organizations in facilitating learning, change and growth.
Bindi Doshi Tatla is an award-winning instructional designer and facilitator with two decades of experience in a variety of contexts, such as human resources, finance, service delivery, management, and interpersonal relations. Bindi is a co-founder and principal consultant with Evoke Facilitation & Consulting , and she is an EITC Change Leader. We caught up to…
The pandemic has required us to have a hyper-focus on the safety of ourselves, our families and our communities. At the same time, we have witnessed enormous and painful social upheaval and human suffering on a global scale.
Dr. Ahuja is an eye surgeon based in Hamilton, Ontario. Having gotten her medical degree from McMaster University, she is currently the McMaster Ophthalmology Division Head. She is also an EQ-i 2.0® Certified Practitioner. Her book, Stress in Medicine, speaks about the unique stresses that physicians face in their line of work.
We’ve discovered the joy of having a larger number of international participants in our trainings. People from different walks of life, and different time zones, help us think broadly about the myriad contexts in which emotional intelligence skills play a critical role.
Greguyschka Félix is a human behaviour expert. For the last two decades, she has been mentoring women around the world, bringing them to a level to live bolder in the areas of relationship and business. She is a seasoned entrepreneur, speaker, creator of the Brave Womanhood movement and founder of Minage. She is putting on…
Change Leaders are EITC alumni, colleagues, and leaders who are living out and championing leadership in their professional lives and promoting emotional intelligence in the world.
Coaching clients can use the in-depth results to cultivate their emotional self-awareness, build their capacity to adapt to new realities, be courageous team players, and become transformational leaders.
EQ certification and training has completely transformed both my personal and professional life. Working in Human Resources and more specifically labour relations, I deal with conflict every day. This training has allowed me the ability to be more inquisitive and less positional.
Andrea Gillespie is a champion of the self-perception composite, specifically within the emotional self-awareness sub-scale. It was a long and winding road that she endured to learn this skill. Her quest for self-worth is a hero’s journey and is ongoing.