What You Should Do With A Bully On Your Team

Sometimes, you may have a team member who is bullying or being difficult to work with. What should you do in this situation, especially, when that person is your top performer? Case Example Teresa, CEO of Beta Learning Center, has seven direct reports. Eight months ago, the team went through a transition where Manuel was […]

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Being an Emotionally Intelligent Leader

There are two basic requirements for leadership – Sufficient professional knowledge and experience in your line of work that enables you to be in a position of command Social and personal skills that make you approachable to your team and easy to work with Sadly enough, more often than not, today’s leaders are diligently trained […]

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Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

Leadership and emotional intelligence? Are you also wondering how the two are connected? A leader needs to be intelligent, yes, but why emotionally? You’d be surprised to know that emotional intelligence is one of the most desirable attributes of a leader in today’s times, whether they’re forerunners in politics, corporate, IT, or any other work […]

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Five Reasons to Get an EmC Certification

“Change occurs with a new emotional experience.” – Franz Alexander One of the things I observed working with a difficult situation is the change that occurs through creating each new emotional experience. If you are looking to create a positive change on your team or board, now is the time to make emotional connection a […]

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The EmC process and BeingWell.life

A Q&A session with Alicia Maciel, Leadership & Care Provider Engagement Ally, and Certified EmC Trainer to find out how the EmC process plays a role in her work.  

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Gratitude Fuels Better Board and Team Dynamics

The holidays remind us to give thanks to our loved ones. At our Thanksgiving, my sister asked everyone what they were thankful for and when the turn came for my ten-year-old grandson, Avi, here is what he said: “I am thankful to my aunt Tonia for making a beautiful holiday Thanksgiving and for gathering the […]

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Leaders’ New Goal: Emotional Connection

Helping high-potential leaders is one of the key areas that companies focus training on, and yet, when their leaders actually get that role, they often feel like they are unprepared for it. What is the missing link? And how can leaders be more prepared? The answer is emotional connection. When teams don’t perform well, it […]

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Accountability Starts With Emotional Connection in Forbes

Accountability is one of the most important things leaders must deal with in business, and often, it’s the one they struggle with most. See if you recognize some of these suggestions you have heard from others on how to deal with holding people accountable: “Be clear on action items, crystal clear.” It never worked for […]

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12 Emotional Habits of Effective Board Members in CGMA

Many directors don’t know how to address emotion in the boardroom. Understanding that connection is our strongest instinctual motivator and can help you become a more effective board member. Here are 12 emotional habits effective board members share: 1. They create safety. Emotional safety is key to transparency, communication, and creativity. Effective board members thank people […]

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