Welcome to the EQ Library
Excelitas, a global technology company, designed and implemented a talent development program in collaboration with Six Seconds aimed at enhancing leadership knowledge and practice. This is the case study with the results. A must read for anyone interested in organizational vitality and EQ.
Do you ever work hard at something but not feel the improvement? Eduardo Briceño makes a compelling argument that to get better at whatever it is you care about, you should break up your time into a learning zone and a performance zone – and be clear about which one you’re in.
This white paper, Emotional Intelligence and Success, summarizes Six Seconds’ research into the relationship between EQ and a number of life success factors: effectiveness, quality of life, relationships and wellbeing. Can emotional intelligence scores really predict performance on these key measurements of life success?
Why should leaders care about feelings? Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence, says the latest science makes a compelling case: your behavior and attitude has a powerful effect on performance.
EQ, Stress, and Performance in Healthcare: SEI predicts 60-80% of the variation in performance scores (higher for more senior team members). EQ seems to mitigate the negative effects of stress.