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Inspiring Employee Engagement through Emotional Intelligence

Inspiring Employee Engagement through Emotional Intelligence

Each year, the United States experiences $450 billion to $550 billion† in lost productivity due to low employee engagement. Companies have poured millions into programs designed to make people happier and more satisfied at work, but in ten years, employee engagement levels across the U.S. have remained tenaciously static. What is ... Read More
 
Collaborate or Compete

Collaborate or Compete

Three trends  Stress is growing.  Empathy is decreasing Collaboration is urgently needed. Three trends These three trends combine to offer a nearly intractable problem. A problem that’s driving a resurgent war for talent, and an urgent need for new approaches to leadership. We’re facing an increasingly complex environment where the ... Read More
 
Crossing the Gap: From Science to Practice

Crossing the Gap: From Science to Practice

At the NexusEQ Conference (Harvard Medical School Conference Center, June 24-26 2013), we heard about 50 different cases presented showing that the science and practice of emotional intelligence isn’t just “nice to have.” We’re talking about a validated, practical skillset that is transforming lives, businesses, and institutions. I recently wrote ... Read More