Tag: Emotion

Leadership & Communication

NLP techniques: Improve learning by ‘anchoring’

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can help you to achieve better results in the workplace, whether it is leadership development, improving negotiation skills or gaining confidence. NLP connects neurological processes, language and behavioural patterns learned through experience to help achieve specific life goals - and one of the techniques used to do this is 'anchoring'. Anchoring is…

2 Dec 2013, by Informa Australia

Leadership & Communication

Emotional intelligence ‘better at evaluating job success’ than IQ

Emotional intelligence is a bigger factor in career success than a high intelligence quotient (IQ), according to one researcher. Dr Jim Worth, a human development specialist with University of Missouri Extension, said a person's emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) is very important in a corporate environment. "First and foremost, research shows that executive EQ is directly…

18 Oct 2013, by Informa Australia

Leadership & Communication

Tips for improving your emotional intelligence

Possessing good emotional intelligence (EI) can be key in leadership development, enabling you to better handle high-pressure situations and rally team members to the cause. EI is the ability to recognise and understand your emotions and those of others, as well as using this information to build stronger interpersonal relationships and create calmer working environments.…

1 Oct 2013, by Informa Australia

Leadership & Communication

Could higher emotional intelligence help your career?

Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to recognise, evaluate and control your feelings, whether it’s anger, fear, sadness, pleasure or love. Those with high EI are able to identify these emotions easily in others, enabling them to be empathetic and form connections with colleagues, families, friends and even strangers. Having the ability to control your…

3 Sep 2013, by Informa Australia

Leadership & Communication

Achieving better Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a term that refers to a person's ability to perceive, manage and understand their emotions, as well as those of other people. Having a high EI has obvious benefits, enabling you to navigate your interpersonal relationships more easily, while also enabling you to evaluate what makes you happy or unhappy. Traditionally,…

5 Aug 2013, by Informa Australia