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Here's what makes coaching transformational
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How can emotions help us create positive change?
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What does it take to connect authentically and with EQ over the Internet? I think it requires using all of our EQ competencies to bridge the virtual gap between us. As with all decisions, the desire to engage in deep connections with others, whether in person or online, requires that we follow a certain set of principles:
I’m a “connector”… I love making new connections with colleagues around the world . . . I love connecting people to each other. I love the social networks that we’ve created to inspire each other with wisdom, commitment,  research, and experience with emotional intelligence. Through social media, as have many of you, I’ve shared ideas, …
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"Many years ago, my friend told me a lovely trick: When someone says, “I can’t,” you encourage them to add “yet.” Try just saying “I can’t” and “I can’t yet” — the emotional experience is dramatically different. The first is a wall. The second, a door."
Four years ago, I couldn't walk. I couldn't even put my socks on. Yesterday, I went for a run -- without someone chasing me... I actually chose it. As we think about change, rather than focusing on an "easy step," there's something incredibly powerful about embracing the impossible, and harvesting the emotional energy to fuel the next steps.
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This simple, clear model shows how different motivators drive different kinds of performance — and helps managers, leaders, parents, educators — anyone concerned with motivating others — consider how to use their emotional intelligence to fuel lasting motivation:
This simple, clear model shows how different motivators drive different kinds of performance — and helps managers, leaders, parents, educators — anyone concerned with motivating others — consider how to use their emotional intelligence to fuel lasting motivation. This model is presented in the “Motivation from the Inside Out” module in the Developing Human Performance …
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Want to handle emotions more gracefully & teach same to kids?
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Emotions: The universal language.
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A great intro to why parents need EQ
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What does it look like to create organizational value (in business as well as in education and government organizations)? What is the “missing link” to move emotional intelligence from a “nice” to a “need to have”?
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What happens when people cry in public? If “being emotional” is a sign of weakness, perhaps we are losing one of the most beautiful signals of human connection.
By Rachel Anne Goodman What happens when people cry in public? If “being emotional” is a sign of weakness, perhaps we are losing one of the most beautiful signals of human connection. First, let me confess I am very new to the world of Emotional Intelligence as it is named and practiced all over the …
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"If change can lead to a better outcome in the future, why do so many people resist it? Participants in Tim’s webinar had an array of reasons; from fear, to being out of one’s comfort zone, to the lack of trust that change will lead to something better."

6 steps to help guide you through change, whether it's change at work or in your personal life:
When an international IT team set out to transform their org, they found change is not just a logical process.  Using emotional intelligence mentoring and the Vital Signs climate assessment, they developed a process to make change effective. Here’s how it works. When is the last time you looked forward to change in your workplace? …
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Six Seconds is a nonprofit network supporting people to use EQ to create positive change -- everywhere.  With thousands of certified practitioners, plus offices and representatives in 25 countries, Six Seconds is the global emotional intelligence organization.  Read more about our vision for 1 billion people to be practice the skills of emotional intelligence -- and how you are invited to join this community.
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