Emotional Intelligence Coaching

Emotional Intelligence Coaching

RECOMMENDATION In Tom Hanks’s 1992 hit baseball film A League of Their Own, an exasperated coach tells his all-female team, “There’s no crying in baseball.” Maybe not, but emotion plays a role in every other business. Emotional intelligence (EI)...

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Empathy Driven Development

Empathy Driven Development

RECOMMENDATION Empathy is essential for strong, effective coding and healthy workplaces. This First Round Review article explains Andrea Goulet’s theory on empathy in the tech and coding industries. The CEO of Corgibytes offers many practical...

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Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers

Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers

RECOMMENDATION Coach Anthony Mersino teaches the basics of emotional intelligence as it applies to project managers, in particular, and then guides you through its practical use. He shows you how to understand and control your emotions and how to...

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Emotional Fitness At Work

Emotional Fitness At Work

RECOMMENDATION What role do emotions play in the workplace, especially during hard economic times? Psychotherapist Barton Goldsmith poses this provocative, relevant question early in his book. To answer it, he provides accessible, broad advice as...

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EgoVs EQ

EgoVs EQ

Recommendation High-level executives often allow their inflated egos to undermine common sense and smart decision making. According to consultant Jen Shirkani, you can find the remedy for that by tapping into your EQ, or emotional intelligence...

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Your Killer Emotions

Your Killer Emotions

RECOMMENDATION Has an emotional reaction ever clouded your judgment and prevented you from achieving your goals? Strong feelings can derail your ability to make important decisions. Even when you know better, your emotions, rather than your...

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Be a Shortcut

Be a Shortcut

RECOMMENDATION Business consultant Scott G. Halford helps employees boost their emotional intelligence (EI), the capacity to assess and influence the emotions of other people. He coined the term “Shortcuts” to describe emotionally intelligent...

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Be a Shortcut

Be a Shortcut

RECOMMENDATION Business consultant Scott G. Halford helps employees boost their emotional intelligence (EI), the capacity to assess and influence the emotions of other people. He coined the term “Shortcuts” to describe emotionally intelligent...

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Manage Your Day-to-Day

Manage Your Day-to-Day

Editor Jocelyn K. Glei offers a selection of practices that leaders use to encourage inspiration and to avoid multitasking. To help your ideas bloom, she says, structure time for your own creativity. Her fascinating compilation, part of the 99U...

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Getting to Yes

Getting to Yes

Authors Roger Fisher, William L. Ury and Bruce M. Patton offer a seminal step-by-step guide to negotiating effectively. The authors use anecdotal examples to illustrate both positive and negative negotiating techniques. They believe that, with...

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Doing the Right Things Right

Doing the Right Things Right

In 1967, Peter Drucker, the father of modern management, published The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done. Drucker’s best-selling work, which codified business productivity, remains a revered, popular...

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