Tag Archives: Emotional Intelligence

Upcoming post: Why making assumptions can be bad business practice-Take Jay Cutler for example

Jay Cutler-when you hear the name there is an immediate response.  Some love him, some may not. This whole situation is played out in the business world each and every day.  My next post will compare the current Cutler flap … Continue reading

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The window that blurs our self awareness

I was walking through my house just last week and stopped to look out of one of the windows into my back yard.  It is rare that I just stop and observe like this, but when I did so it … Continue reading

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‘Emotional intelligence peaks in your 60s’ – Telegraph

Older generations have greater ‘emotional intelligence” than younger members of society, the researchers said. Photo-Courtesty Monique Whitsell Photography They are also better at seeing the positive side of stressful situations. The US scientists believe it makes sense that humans developed … Continue reading

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How to Destroy Morale-Courtesy of Ken Wright and Nina Spencer

Note:  A good friend of mine sent this to me and it struck a real chord when I read it.  I suspect many firms have forgotten how to keep their employees engaged and enthusiastic during this economic downturn and those … Continue reading

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Duke executive resigns over e-mails – CharlotteObserver.com

Charges of cozy relations between Duke Energy and Indiana regulators hit the company’s headquarters Monday as a top executive resigned over e-mails sent to a former utilities commissioner. Duke said Jim Turner, president of its regulated electric and gas units, … Continue reading

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