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Rachel Green
Works at The Emotional Intelligence Institute
Lives in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Please go to my new profile ...this is no longer being added to and I don't want to miss you. I am now on The Emotional Intelligence Institute page: https://plus.google.com/u/1/113078923453892674490/posts
Works at The Emotional Intelligence Institute as I provide inspiring speeches and workshops at conferences and events - on the practical applications of emotional intelligence in everyday workplace in
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Do you feel overwhelmed by how much there is to do? Is this you? How do you cope? Can you use your emotional intelligence to help? Yes! Here are some tips on emotionally intelligent ways to ease back from feeling overwhelmed even when you have a huge workload: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=aa01e2ddd88762a3c1e045e02&id=566c083a79&e=bd2748e51d
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Change is happening all around us at a rapid rate and is impacting on our work and our families. How we cope with change is influenced by our levels of emotional intelligence and how well we manage our emotional reactions to the changes; and how well we manage the emotions of those around us. Being able to manage our own emotions, and manage those of others, are important facets of emotional intelligence. This newsletter gives top tips on how to manage the emotions of change. Read it here: http://rachelgreen.com/cgi-bin/a.pl?newsletter466
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Have a voice in meetings. Do not sit silently agreeing with the others - have the self-confidence to say something - have a voice and be heard. Even if all you say is, "I agree" you are at least letting people know what is going on inside of you and not leaving them to guess. If you leave them to guess they may misunderstand you. If you say nothing you may be undervalued or ignored.
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I saw a wonderful master of ceremonies at a wedding recently - he told his best mate, the groom, how much he loved him. It was an incredibly tender moment and magical. It made us all realise just how wonderful the groom was. Do feel able to express your genuine emotions as a wedding MC. You don't just have to make everyone laugh.
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Happy weekend: take time to create joy & delight this weekend, such healthy emotions & we seldom pay enough attention to them.
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Latest newsletter out today: Read about how to be confident in meetings, how to speak out in meetings and even how to chair a meeting – plus a report on the Aboriginal Women in Mining Conference where I spoke on positive self-promotion. http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=aa01e2ddd88762a3c1e045e02&id=a38d324a29&e=bd2748e51d
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Practical emotional intelligence  ... You'll have happier relationships if you focus on the good things your partner, parents and children do, rather than focusing on their points of irritation. Where is your focus?
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Our latest Confident Woman News and Views is out today: In this edition we focus on coping with change by looking at three of our featured women's stories and how they have adjusted to changes in their careers and in their identity. Read “Coping with change” here: http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=aa01e2ddd88762a3c1e045e02&id=9388dd38bc&e=f70e60b285
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This is a really interesting article on shame and how it can rule our lives even without our knowing it. Managing shame is all part of using your emotional intelligence so you are emotionally healthy. Do you feel shame? And if so about what? http://us1.campaign-archive1.com/?u=d58ea9108fa5c646965e8ad2f&id=a646e58d23&e=ba991aa86e
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Our latest Confident Woman News and Views is out today in time for all your Christmas functions. Can you confidently network at these functions? Do you know how to appear and be confident? This week we focus on tips to help you to have confidence when you network. And we include news of our new Confident Woman Australia networking group on Linkedin. Read “Network with confidence” here: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=aa01e2ddd88762a3c1e045e02&id=4f0b5e175b&e=bd2748e51d
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Director of The Emotional Intelligence Institute. Emotional Intelligence and engagement specialist, keynote speaker. I provide accurate, quality information on emotional intelligence, via articles, coaching, social media, products, videos, online courses, speeches, seminars and master classes. Emotional Intelligence is vital for leaders, manager and supervisors to ensure better employee engagement, engagement with stakeholders, and to gain better buy-in. I am also the Founding Director of Confident Woman Australia.
Skills
The ability to inspire even the cynics to build more emotional intelligence. Being able to provide inspiring, high-energy keynote speeches on emotional intelligence which are practical, relevant and skills based. A great sense of humour. The ability to engage people so they feel heard, understood and important. Translating the top emotional intelligence research into everyday workplace applications. Keeping cool under difficult situations and in the face of negativity and helping others to do the same.
Employment
  • The Emotional Intelligence Institute
    Director, present
    At the EI Institute, we help you build an emotionally intelligent organisation. The effects are rapid and company-wide, since we impart new skills that can be used immediately. The process is engaging, practical, down-to-earth and evidence-based. The Institute offers a range of services for individuals, teams and organisations, as well as for conferences, seminars and other events. Your business may be founded on facts, but it is driven by emotions. Emotions are at the core of emotional intelligence and the positive and negative influence they have on us at work impacts on everyone in an organisation. Plans and change initiatives that do not account for the needs, concerns and emotional drivers of employees and stakeholders almost always fail. It doesn’t matter how brilliant your plan may be, it's not going anywhere if the people charged with making it happen are disengaged, annoyed or unmotivated. EI is more than a new way of thinking. It's a new way of integrating thinking with feeling. See website http://www.theeiinstitute.com for full details.
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One of Australia's most dynamic and inspiring keynote speakers, a leader in emotional intelligence and an expert in engaging people and building emotional resilience. Also a top job interviews coach.
Introduction
Director, The Emotional Intelligence Institute.
Inspiring Keynote Speaker, CSP.
Founder of Confident Woman Australia.
Accredited user of the GENOS emotional intelligence 360 inventory and the MSCEIT (Mayer-Salovey-Caruso-Emotional-Intelligence-Test).
Long-term meditation and mindfulness practitioner - started meditation in 1987. Also very experienced in loving-kindness meditation (as featured in the research of Dr Barbara Fredrickson).
Tertiary level qualifications in psychology, speech pathology, The Feldenkrais Method and adult education.
Accredited user for over 25 years of the MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator - 16 personality types).
Currently undergoing training in interpersonal neurobiology.
Member of the International Positive Psychology Association.
Bragging rights
Author of 20 CDs, 3 DVDs and 7 Electronic books. The most popular E-book, "Being a brilliant master of ceremonies" has sold to over 70 countries worldwide. In 2010 awarded the highest level of international accreditation in the professional speaking profession: Certified Speaking Professional, (CSP). In 2011 & 2012 nominated for Telstra Business Woman of the Year.
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia