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How to Measure EQ – and Why Bother

How to Measure EQ – and Why Bother

Todd Armstrong gives a succinct, convincing case for why EQ should be prioritized by organizations.

Posted April 16, 2018 by in Business


SEI
Noticing What We’re Feeling as Parents

Noticing What We’re Feeling as Parents

Josh Freedman and Susan Stillman discuss the importance of being aware of how our emotions influence our perceptions – and how we can use that awareness to be better parents.

Posted April 16, 2018 by in Family


childrenEnhance Emotional Literacyparenting
Building Dreams In Jakarta’s Biggest Landfill

Building Dreams In Jakarta’s Biggest Landfill

This is the story of Resa, a woman who grew up in one of Indonesia’s biggest landfills. You read that correctly, there are almost 3,000 families who live and work as scavengers in the landfill. But this is the story of how she has started a club to help kids learn and achieve their dreams.

Posted April 16, 2018 by in Life


Exercise Optimism
What Does It Take to Live to 100?

What Does It Take to Live to 100?

In this short video, psychologist Susan Pinker shares her research into what helps people live longer lives. The answer is way less medical, and more social, than anyone would have guessed.

Posted April 16, 2018 by in Life


wellbeing
The Hidden Possibilities of Embracing Emotions

The Hidden Possibilities of Embracing Emotions

Leaving emotions “out of it” is, really, a myth. Emotions are enmeshed in our brains, even in the rational centers. What are the possibilities if organizational management were to embrace the emotional components, and have the tools to deal with those feelings in a positive way?

Posted April 9, 2018 by in Business


leadershipNavigate Emotions
Embracing Kids’ Failures

Embracing Kids’ Failures

Christine Carter and Kelly Corrigan from the Greater Good Science Center talk about the difficulty, and importance, of letting kids make mistakes and learning from them.

Posted April 9, 2018 by in Family


childrenparenting
Artificial Intelligence and EQ

Artificial Intelligence and EQ

People are scared that artificial intelligence and automation will take over much of what humans do today. And while this fear is legitimate, humans have a unique ability to get insight and inspiration from themselves and others, and that will never be taken over by AI. This video has been produced by Six Seconds.

Posted April 9, 2018 by in Life


changetechnology
The Secret to Living Longer

The Secret to Living Longer

Psychologist Susan Pinker shares her research findings into what it takes to live to 100 and beyond, and the top indicators are not what she expected.

Posted April 9, 2018 by in Life


wellbeing
Guías de Interpretación: Perfiles del Cerebro

Guías de Interpretación: Perfiles del Cerebro

Descarga las guías de interpretación de los perfiles del cerebro. Con estas guías de una sola página puedes brindar más información a tus clientes o a los participantes de tus talleres.

Posted April 3, 2018 by in Business


brain profilesperfiles del cerebro
Case Study: Doubling Down on EQ Culture at ServRx

Case Study: Doubling Down on EQ Culture at ServRx

Todd Delano, CEO of ServRx, had “the classic problem” of a successful startup. The company was growing, but the culture was not. Unlike many CEOs, Todd recognized that unless he got people aligned, he wouldn’t break through to the next level. Using a focus on emotional intelligence, the team was able to transform their organization […]

Posted April 2, 2018 by in Business


case study
Nourishing Self-Compassion as Parents

Nourishing Self-Compassion as Parents

How do we nourish our own empathy as parents, and help our kids do the same? Ilaria Boffa sat down with Josh Freedman to discuss the pressure and expectations that we put on ourselves as parents – and the essential role that empathy plays to reduce our own anxiety.

Posted April 1, 2018 by in Family , Life


childrenIncrease Empathyparenting
The Neuroscience of Creativity

The Neuroscience of Creativity

This video from big think talks about the brain science behind craving both novelty and familiarity, and how creators and marketers use that knowledge to great effect.

Posted April 1, 2018 by in Life


Neuroscience
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