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Master these 5 Core Components of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) & Watch Your Career and Happiness Soar!

Do you know someone who is so smart – yet they constantly trip themselves up at work by saying the wrong thing, to the wrong person, at the wrong time, in the wrong way? It seems as if these people cannot get out of their own way, both professionally and personally. And if they could […]

How to Stay Calm & Carry On to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

The ability to stay calm under pressure is often found in people with high levels of Emotional Intelligence. In the workplace, the ability to stay calm in the eye of the storm directly correlates with high performance. TalentSmart research found that 90% of the best performing employees possess the ability to control and manage their […]

Video: How Emotionally Intelligent People Network

Do you want to be a Network Ninja? Then you want to learn how to network the way people with high Emotional Intelligence network – and check out today’s video blog! #womenandmoney #womenatwork #womenandwork #emotionalintelligence The Place For Relationship Tools For Success In Business and Life, Dr. Patty Ann www.relationshiptoolbox.com www.relationshiptoolbox.com/blog www.twitter.com/drpattyann www.facebook.com/relationshiptoolbox  

Video: 3 Habits of Emotionally Intelligent People

Wouldn’t it be a tremendous advantage if you could increase your emotional intelligence (E.I.) at work & in your personal relationships? Watch this brief video where I share 3 habits that highly emotionally intelligent people consistently display. #womenandmoney #womenandwork #womenatwork The Place For Relationship Tools For Success In Business and Life, Dr. Patty Ann www.relationshiptoolbox.com […]

How to Read Body Language: 10 Secret Tools of the Trade

Wouldn’t it be of tremendous value to know how to read someone’s body language? Research shows approximately 55% of all communication comes from body language. Can you imagine what an advantage it would be to your career and your personal relationships if you were able to hear what is not being said! (Guys, this might […]

3 Essential Ways to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

Everyone seems to be constantly talking about Emotional Intelligence (E.Q.). However, if I were to ask you exactly what the term “Emotional Intelligence” means, you would probably be hard pressed to define it. You might also have a difficult time explaining how it shows up in your business and your life. For the most accurate […]

The Essential Key to Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence

What exactly is emotional intelligence? John D. Mayer, one of two psychologists who coined the term in 1990 defined it in the Harvard Business Review as: “… the ability to accurately perceive your own and others’ emotions; to understand the signals that emotions send about relationships; and to manage your own and others’ emotions. It […]

Emotional Intelligence: THE Critical Relationship “Soft Skill” Tool Mandatory for Success

Your emotional intelligence is at the core of many, if not all critical “soft skills” that influence most of your interactions and behaviors on a daily basis. Research demonstrates people with a high EI earn approximately $25,000-$30,000 more annually than those with a lower degree of emotional intelligence; with this correlation between high EI and […]

3 Ways to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence for Business Success

Emotional Intelligence consists of the ability to recognize, use, understand and manage our emotions in a way that helps develop healthy relationships in both our professional and personal lives. Succinctly, Emotional Intelligence influences the way we react to stress and the way we interact with others. Emotional intelligence is composed of four main attributes: Self-awareness – the […]

Emotional Intelligence: The Key to Success

Many business leaders and workers falsely believe that acting “professional” at work means shutting off all your emotions and remaining completely analytical and unemotional, at all times. Try as we may to do this, it is an impossible task. When we think we are shutting off our emotions – what we are really doing is […]