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10 Things That Can Happen When You Have an Executive or Manager Who's Out-of-Control
  By: Susan Dunn
41% of US workers report having witnessed or experienced incidents of yelling and verbal abuse in the work place. Nearly 30% report having done this themselves. What's the result? Companies are referring executives and managers for Emotional Intelligence training.

A CEO with Emotional Intelligence
  By: Susan Dunn
Herb Kelleher did not follow the rules, he broke them.

An Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Program for Your Employees Can Lower Your Chances of Being Sued & Lower the Settlement if You Are Sued
  By: Susan Dunn
An EQ program trains your employees to avoid situations that can cost your business money. It trains employees and staff to avoid behaviors that create or perpetuate situations that can cost you thousands of dollars in unnecessary legal fees and settlements.

Corporate Ethics, Intentionality & Emotional Intelligence
  By: Susan Dunn
If you have no leader, no ethics, and no moral duty and obligation, you have “Lord of the Flies.” ... Or corporate America?

Demographic Trends Predict Greater need for EQ in Workplace
  By: Susan Dunn
Demographic trends and experiential evidence build a strong case for getting emotional intelligence in your business right away if you want to retain good employees.

Do Emotions Belong in the Workplace?
  By: Susan Dunn
The thing that most people seem to have trouble getting their mind around is the place of emotions in business. "Gut instincts," yes, and maybe even "intuition," but emotions ... ?

Emotional Intelligence: The Shot Felt ‘Round the World?
  By: Susan Dunn
Emotional intelligence is gaining currency around the world.

Global Warming: Is This Emotional Intelligence?
  By: Susan Dunn
Globalization isn't where you do business, but how. You'll do better, if you understand the other person's culture, and to do that, first you have to understand how you're a product of your own culture.

How Do You Get Them to Buy-in To Your Idea?
  By: Susan Dunn
An “idea” should be judged on its merits, not unresolved emotional issues among participants.

How to Thrive with Change
  By: Susan Dunn
There’s nothing more disconcerting, nothing you can count on more, and nothing more valuable to learn how to prepare for than change. I mean preparing your self proactively for the inevitable changes you will encounter throughout your lifetime so that you remain prepared as part of who you are. This is about emotional intelligence, or competency, and this is how you do it.

It's Late September and I Really Should Be Getting Back to School ... Maggie
   About EQ
  By: Susan Dunn
The young man in this song, who lets Maggie keep him awayfrom things he should be doing, is not practicing Intentionality.

Intentionality is one of the higher level emotional intelligence skills. It means saying what you meaning what you say. Keeping your word, in other words, and doing what you set out to do.

Management Must Be Learned
  By: Susan Dunn
People who move into management have no idea what it entails, or they probably wouldn’t take it. Accustomed to relying on their own skills as proof of the pudding, they’re suddenly responsible for something over which they have no control – how others do their jobs. Instead of your career riding on how well you do your job, your career is suddenly riding on how well other people do their jobs.

So What Does Emotional Intelligence Look Like in Real Life?
  By: Susan Dunn
Emotional intelligence is where emotions and thinking interface. Winners have high EQs and it can be learned.

Team Learning & Emotional Intelligence
  By: Susan Dunn
Studies show introducing an EQ program at your business affects the bottom line positively. Why the team approach? Studies show the bottom line is positively affected when the overall Emotional Intelligence increases, not just that of one person.

When EQ in the Office is Low
  By: Susan Dunn
Emotional intelligence gives a shared terminology to a group of people who, these days, may have many different cultures and values. It isn’t related to therapy or digging into private issues, so it’s very well-received. It can be accomplished through a distnce learning course, ezine, and tele-coaching.


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