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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Work With An Emotional Intelligence Mentor

    Mentorship typically lasts for a few months, but can last for years or as long as the arrangement continues to assist you in developing your EQ. Mentoring relationships don't always have hard-and-fast endpoints. Typically the need to meet becomes progressively less frequent and the conversations morph into friendly exchanges rather...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Squashing Stress With Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence is not just about na?ve optimism or disguising negative emotions by forcing yourself to put on a happy face. Mikolajczak discovered that emotionally intelligent people actually feel less stress. Emotionally intelligent people have improved their ability to engage their emotions and rational thinking simultaneously. This results in a...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    CEOs Are Just Like You And Me: Except When It Comes To Caring

    CEOs are notably more skilled than lower-ranking employees in certain aspects of some emotional intelligence skills. For example, CEOs shine in the skill of relationship management, but only when it comes to directly addressing people in difficult situations. No surprise here. This type of assertive behavior is exactly what one...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Your Coworkers Lack Emotional Intelligence

    Reserving EQ skill development programs for managers perpetuates an unspoken belief in the workplace: If you don't supervise others and your emotional outbursts aren't creating a hostile work environment, your EQ is not a factor. This message isn't isolated to Silicon Valley, or even to companies with self-directed teams. It's...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Choose An Emotional Intelligence Mentor

    But what if you don't have an EQ mentor? It's time to find one. Obviously, your EQ mentor needs to have a high EQ. How can you spot this? Most people with high EQ have had the life experience necessary to shape their EQ into a personal advantage. A potential...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Do You Stack Up? EQ Trends By Industry

    Working professionals that rated high on performance also rated high on emotional intelligence. There are those notable exceptions, but don't let the stories fool you. Only 10% of top performers in the database score low in EQ. EQ alone explain 58% of a leader's job performance. This may seem surprising...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Habitual

    Having emotional intelligence (EQ) won't make you successful. But, using emotional intelligence habitually will help you achieve your goals. Today, it's well known that personal and professional success are deeply intertwined with emotional intelligence. But logically understanding how emotional intelligence works and actually putting it to work for you are...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Be Your Own EQ Coach

    In today's highly uncertain environment, wouldn't it be nice to have a wise advisor available to you around the clock? Wouldn't it be great to have a coach to help keep your emotions in check, and keep your team and organization on track? That sagely guidance you seek is now...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Using Emotional Intelligence To Communicate Persuasively

    In larger groups it is often difficult to know with certainty how your message is being received. You need an approach you can trust to drive the message home. With so many different learning styles and interest levels in a room, this is easier said than done. Emotional intelligence is...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Overcoming Mind Blindness With EQ

    These days, the work-life balance scale is tilting heavily towards "Work." More than 80% of working Americans average 40+ hours on the job, and half of those put in 50+ hours each week. Summer, though on its way, doesn't look like it will be providing much relief this year. A...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    EQ Case Study: Unlocking Leadership Potential At Fortune Brands

    You persuade people to think differently, you persuade them to act differently, or you persuade them to see the world through a different lens. In one-on-one discussions persuasion is palpable - you can easily gauge how the other person is reacting and responding to your message. In larger groups it...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What A High Emotional Intelligence Looks Like

    The emotional tone that permeates your organization starts with you, and is entirely dependent on your EQ. At this point, you should ask yourself what kind of emotional tone are you setting in your organization and to what degree is this tone influenced by your EQ level. The table provided...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Great Divide: The Generational Gap In EQ

    The analysis of more than 6,000 individuals tested using The Emotional Intelligence Appraisal revealed a sizeable difference in the core emotional intelligence skill of self-management. Notably, Generation Y (18 - 29 years old) and Baby Boomers (42 - 60) - the two largest groups in today's workforce - have a...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ace Your Performance Review With EQ

    Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the single most important predictor of workplace success. Job experience and IQ certainly have their place, but neither of these other factors holds more sway in the realm of job performance than a person's ability to understand and manage his or her own emotions and those...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Emotional Intelligence Is On The Rise

    Hard times of any kind - financial, familial, or job-related - create more intense and often prolonged negative emotions that ultimately result in stress. For many people, their Emotional Quotient (EQ) skills desert them at precisely the time when they need them the most - under stress. Only those with...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Emotions Make Decisions

    If you can't feel the electricity charging the atmosphere in your workplace, then you've lost touch with your senses. Equal amounts of fear of the global financial crisis and excitement for a brighter future have come together for a perfect emotional storm. Most leaders almost never consider how emotions affect...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Generational Gap In Emotional Intelligence

    For the first time in history, organizations find their offices occupied by employees spanning four generations - Generation Y, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists. For instance, the largest generation in the workforce - Baby Boomers - are used to a structured work environment with planned face-to-face meetings, overtime, and...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Emotional Intelligence Boosts Sales

    Those sales professionals who can spot their emotions when they happen, understand them, and manage them well will be the ones who find it in them to manage their schedule well, remain positive when their clients aren't, and make one more sales call when everything says it will be tough....

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ace Your Performance Review With EQ

    Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the single most important predictor of workplace success. Job experience and IQ certainly have their place, but neither of these other factors holds more sway in the realm of job performance than a person's ability to understand and manage his or her own emotions and those...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Emotional Intelligence Is On The Rise

    Hard times of any kind - financial, familial, or job-related - create more intense and often prolonged negative emotions that ultimately result in stress. For many people, their Emotional Quotient (EQ) skills desert them at precisely the time when they need them the most - under stress. Only those with...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Emotions Make Decisions

    If you can't feel the electricity charging the atmosphere in your workplace, then you've lost touch with your senses. Equal amounts of fear of the global financial crisis and excitement for a brighter future have come together for a perfect emotional storm. Most leaders almost never consider how emotions affect...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Generational Gap In Emotional Intelligence

    For the first time in history, organizations find their offices occupied by employees spanning four generations - Generation Y, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists. For instance, the largest generation in the workforce - Baby Boomers - are used to a structured work environment with planned face-to-face meetings, overtime, and...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Work With An Emotional Intelligence Mentor

    Mentorship typically lasts for a few months, but can last for years or as long as the arrangement continues to assist you in developing your EQ. Mentoring relationships don't always have hard-and-fast endpoints. Typically the need to meet becomes progressively less frequent and the conversations morph into friendly exchanges rather...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Squashing Stress With Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence is not just about na?ve optimism or disguising negative emotions by forcing yourself to put on a happy face. Mikolajczak discovered that emotionally intelligent people actually feel less stress. Emotionally intelligent people have improved their ability to engage their emotions and rational thinking simultaneously. This results in a...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    CEOs Are Just Like You And Me: Except When It Comes To Caring

    CEOs are notably more skilled than lower-ranking employees in certain aspects of some emotional intelligence skills. For example, CEOs shine in the skill of relationship management, but only when it comes to directly addressing people in difficult situations. No surprise here. This type of assertive behavior is exactly what one...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Your Coworkers Lack Emotional Intelligence

    Reserving EQ skill development programs for managers perpetuates an unspoken belief in the workplace: If you don't supervise others and your emotional outbursts aren't creating a hostile work environment, your EQ is not a factor. This message isn't isolated to Silicon Valley, or even to companies with self-directed teams. It's...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Choose An Emotional Intelligence Mentor

    But what if you don't have an EQ mentor? It's time to find one. Obviously, your EQ mentor needs to have a high EQ. How can you spot this? Most people with high EQ have had the life experience necessary to shape their EQ into a personal advantage. A potential...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Do You Stack Up? EQ Trends By Industry

    Working professionals that rated high on performance also rated high on emotional intelligence. There are those notable exceptions, but don't let the stories fool you. Only 10% of top performers in the database score low in EQ. EQ alone explain 58% of a leader's job performance. This may seem surprising...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Habitual

    Having emotional intelligence (EQ) won't make you successful. But, using emotional intelligence habitually will help you achieve your goals. Today, it's well known that personal and professional success are deeply intertwined with emotional intelligence. But logically understanding how emotional intelligence works and actually putting it to work for you are...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Be Your Own EQ Coach

    In today's highly uncertain environment, wouldn't it be nice to have a wise advisor available to you around the clock? Wouldn't it be great to have a coach to help keep your emotions in check, and keep your team and organization on track? That sagely guidance you seek is now...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Using Emotional Intelligence To Communicate Persuasively

    In larger groups it is often difficult to know with certainty how your message is being received. You need an approach you can trust to drive the message home. With so many different learning styles and interest levels in a room, this is easier said than done. Emotional intelligence is...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Overcoming Mind Blindness With EQ

    These days, the work-life balance scale is tilting heavily towards "Work." More than 80% of working Americans average 40+ hours on the job, and half of those put in 50+ hours each week. Summer, though on its way, doesn't look like it will be providing much relief this year. A...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    EQ Case Study: Unlocking Leadership Potential At Fortune Brands

    You persuade people to think differently, you persuade them to act differently, or you persuade them to see the world through a different lens. In one-on-one discussions persuasion is palpable - you can easily gauge how the other person is reacting and responding to your message. In larger groups it...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What A High Emotional Intelligence Looks Like

    The emotional tone that permeates your organization starts with you, and is entirely dependent on your EQ. At this point, you should ask yourself what kind of emotional tone are you setting in your organization and to what degree is this tone influenced by your EQ level. The table provided...

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Emotional Intelligence Boosts Sales

    Those sales professionals who can spot their emotions when they happen, understand them, and manage them well will be the ones who find it in them to manage their schedule well, remain positive when their clients aren't, and make one more sales call when everything says it will be tough....

    Provided By TalentSmart

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Great Divide: The Generational Gap In EQ

    The analysis of more than 6,000 individuals tested using The Emotional Intelligence Appraisal revealed a sizeable difference in the core emotional intelligence skill of self-management. Notably, Generation Y (18 - 29 years old) and Baby Boomers (42 - 60) - the two largest groups in today's workforce - have a...

    Provided By TalentSmart