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…

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…

Self-Regard: the conundrum of women in leadership

Self-Regard is an emotional intelligence competency that is often touted as central to effective leadership. But how is self-regard shaped by cultural currents, social norms and the complicated lives and environments that women exist within? Last week Jill Cory held a webinar on self-regard and women in leadership. Cory is …

Making the leap: from independent contributor to people leader

Folks who find themselves promoted into a leadership role need to prepare themselves and develop the skills so they can have a successful journey to being a strong and impactful people leader. But how? Recently David Cory held a webinar on this topic…