Any leadership training and development initiative would be incomplete without guidance on executive presence. Executive presence is less about a leader’s performance than about the signals that leader conveys through his or her daily interactions.
If you want to be an effective leader, be open to exploring who you are as a leader, work to create the right environment for the people you lead to thrive and commit to the lifelong pursuit of developing yourself as a leader.
Some say soft skills (e.g., emotional intelligence, communication and change management) are the most important, and others say hard skills (e.g., technology, customer service and basic work skills) take priority to enter and thrive in the workforce.
Corporate traumatic stress disorder (CTSD) is caused by persistent exposure to the low-level psychological stress and anxiety created by many corporate cultures.
In the digital age, soft skills like emotional intelligence are only becoming more important. Fortunately, the digital age presents innovative and effective ways of helping employees develop those skills, as well.
Today Oji Life Lab announced its first offering for business - the Emotion Life Lab - a smartphone-based learning system aimed at helping individuals and teams improve performance by boosting emotional intelligence.
Emotional intelligence (EQ), though widely accepted as important, is hardly lauded as the most valuable tool for change management efforts.
Following their May partnership announcement, Daniel Goleman, Key Step Media, and Everwise have announced the availability of the first learning paths based on Dr. Goleman’s acclaimed work on Emotional Intelligence (EI).