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These editable slides are for Certified EQ Practitioners to make the business case for emotional intelligence. It includes case studies and key points for making a compelling case for EQ. This is a resource only for Gold members. For a powerful 2-hour workshop using these slides and more, visit the EQ store here: https://products.6seconds.org/shop/the-business-case-for-eq-2016-presentation-kit/
Posted November 24, 2018 by in Business
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.
Posted October 25, 2016 by in Life
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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.
Posted August 2, 2016 by in Life
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.
Posted July 24, 2016 by in Life
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.
Posted July 12, 2016 by in Life
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.
Posted July 3, 2016 by in Life
These slides summarize recent academic research into facial mimicry. Is facial mimicry an automatic, reflexive response, or a tool used to understand others’ emotions? The findings may surprise you.
Posted May 30, 2016 by in Life
These slides summarize recent academic research into positivity. Do older people tend toward a positive or negative bias? If you take a couple breaths before answering, would that change your answer? Answers to these and more can be found in the notes.
Posted May 22, 2016 by in Life
These slides summarize recent academic research into emotion regulation, social anxiety and the family. Do poor emotion regulation techniques cause social anxiety, and if so, would one or both of these be passed on from mother to child? Read the notes for descriptions.
Posted May 3, 2016 by in Family
These slides summarize recent academic research into emotional contagion. Specifically, the researchers wanted to see if our emotional states could be passed on not only to someone directly observing our emotional state, but to someone who interacts only with the observer. So can our emotions spread to someone through another person?
Posted April 25, 2016 by in Life