How to Apply Good E.I. to Moments of Concentration
Recently, we spent some time talking about emotional intelligence and how it relates to the analogy of using our headlights and windshield wipers while driving in the rain. This week, we’re going to talk about another analogy that we can relate to as drivers.
How to Apply Good E.I. to Moments of Pressure
From time to time, one of life’s mundane or ordinary tasks or activities will strike me as the perfect analogy for other parts of life. Recently, while traveling from one class to another, it hit me how much driving can provide a great analogy for our daily lives and the emotional intelligence we need to navigate them.
Tips on How to Avoid Spooking your Stakeholders
4 Key Ingredients to a Solid Working Relationship
Five Tips to Help Us Apologize Better
In a perfect world, we wouldn’t need to apologize. We wouldn’t do dumb stuff; we wouldn’t keep making mistake after mistake. We would master our emotions and not let them get the better of us. We would make sure we always use the right tone and the right words to convey our message. We wouldn’t just make decisions or volunteer to help based on good...
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Shine Some Light On How You Perceive Flaws
5 Things to Remember
We all find ourselves in tough moments. It is so easy to look at others in a tough moment and blame them or make assumptions about how they are acting or thinking. Those assumptions are the worst thing we can do to keep a positive working environment. Instead, we need to show everyone Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR). Here are 5 things to remember to help you show UPR...
Five Steps to Sharing the Load in Our Organizations
Recently, I’ve engaged in a couple of conversations with others about a trend we continue to see, especially in volunteer, non-profit, and church organizations. The trend is a little bit distressing and certainly puts a lot of burden on a handful of people. So, the purpose of this blog is to make sure we’re aware of this trend and invite...