Welcome to the EQ Library
These slides go with the white paper of the same name, which can be downloaded here: https://eq.org/library/white-paper-emotional-intelligence-and-success/. They summarize research into the relationship between EQ and critical life success factors.
Numerous studies show that emotional intelligence scores predict performance on critical life success factors. How strong is this effect? This study examined over 75,000 individuals in a large, global database primarily composed of people in the workforce — and the findings strongly suggest that emotional intelligence is of critical importance in achieving success in these […]
These slides delve into research on the power of naming and renaming emotions. Whether you are feeling anxious before a presentation, frustrated in traffic, or scared of an upcoming change in your life, these research studies offer powerful evidence that you can more effectively navigate your emotions.
This research paper and ppt summarize breakthrough research on emotional literacy: the ability to notice, name and understand your feelings. Hint: it’s correlated with success in school and throughout your life – and it’s learnable.
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Research says that when you are feeling down, performing acts of kindness for others will make you feel better than treating yourself. These slides take that knowledge and put it into action – a great small group activity for practicing empathy and learning new skills to help you thrive emotionally.
Anger often causes negotiations to be unpleasant or to break down entirely. So what can we do to get optimal results from a negotiation? Is there a best way to regulate emotions? These slides answer these questions and more.
These slides break down the good and bad news from recent research on focus. Even though research shows our ability to focus is decreasing in the digital age, other research has found that mindfulness meditation can reverse those negative effects.
A nearly century old Harvard study has found that people with strong relationships live healthier, happier lives. These slides break down the findings and provide a roadmap for how to put this knowledge into action using Six Seconds’ KCG Model of EQ.
Imitation has been shown to occur automatically, but why? What purpose does this human tendency serve in our lives? Recent research suggests that we imitate others in order to understand them and to establish a connection with them. This slide and the accompanying notes describe the experiments that led to these conclusions.
Do people have a tendency to internalize and imitate stereotypes without even realizing it? These slides summarize recent academic research into imitation and mirror neurons — and the psychology experiments that led to these findings are really amazing.