We want to share this article with 20 ideas for leaders to develop their Emotional Intelligence: There are no shortcuts to becoming an emotionally intelligent leader. It’s hard work. For individuals who didn’t start their insurance careers with EI competencies that they developed in school or in life, the process of building self-management skills or
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” ~ Charles Darwin ~ Unless you are living in a cave somewhere, you have noticed that the rate of change in the workplace is increasing exponentially. Technological changes are evolving rapidly.
It’s hard to see a child unhappy. Whether a child is crying over the death of a pet or the popping of a balloon, our instinct is to make it better, fast. That’s where too many parents get it wrong, says the psychologist Susan David, author of the book “Emotional Agility.” Helping a child feel
An Ang Pow with a token monetary gift to all staff (particularly junior staff) A handwritten "Thank You" card A lunch with your key staff or colleagues (If you’re the boss) A phone call to each of your key staff’s spouses praising the staff and thanking the spouse for their support this past year Sharing
“The green reed which bends in the wind is stronger than the mighty oak which breaks in a storm.” -Confucius The last two decades have been marked by rapid and extreme swings, from bubble to recession and back again. Which makes it a great time to talk about resilience in the corporate world. As the