Cosa rende peculiare il modello delle competenze socio-emotive di Six Seconds? Perché avere ben chiaro e delineato il nostro Obiettivo Nobile impatta sulla nostra performance e sui fattori di successo? Cosa si intende per Obiettivo Nobile e perché è strettamente legato all’Empatia? Liliana Selva, master trainer Six Seconds Italia, ce ne parla in questo webinar.
In un periodo turbolento ed incerto in cui emozioni come l’ansia caratterizzano le nostre giornate, come possiamo navigarle e sfruttarle a nostro vantaggio? La maggior parte di noi vede le emozioni come “positive” o “negative”… e se ci fosse un’altra opzione? Come possiamo gestire lo stress, contribuendo a raggiungere i nostri obiettivi e a proteggere […]
Why is emotional intelligence important for the United Nations… and all of us? Here’s a 3-min excerpt from the first EQ conference at UN Headquarters showing the link between “being smarter with feelings” and achieving big goals such as the Sustainable Development Goals. Features Patty Freedman, Daniel Goleman, UN Undersecretary General, and Rich Fernandez
Imagine your brain is constantly changing, adjusting, rewiring itself. It turns out, it is. How do you want to change it? This video from Six Seconds highlights the brain’s neuroplasticity and our ability to change it with our thoughts and actions.
Esta es la grabación de la reunión en la que presentamos las novedades acerca del Rol de Network Leader en América Latina; si no pudiste asistir a la reunion en vivo, este video responderá muchas de tus preguntas. Si deseas participar como Network Leader este 2019, aún hay tiempo. Puedes completar esta solicitud: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eWvP0p6ffuoRZNUA_LaqMwI6h4C-Rt8L Recuerda […]
‘¿Cómo puedes animar a un niño a perseguir metas nobles? Josh Freedman y May Duong discuten la importancia de tomar en serio las ideas de los niños y no tener miedo de preguntarles a los niños qué aportan al mundo.’
This Brain Talent profile Mini Guide shows the 18 Brain Talents on the scale of Focus, Decisions and Drive.
Dr. Brené Brown talks with Oprah on Super Soul Sunday all about joy, but in particular why we sometimes struggle to really sink in to joy. Have you ever experienced this? Interesting correlation between feeling joy and vulnerability.
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.
Josh Freedman discusses the emotional and neurological underpinnings of conflict and stress, and how to overcome the “myth of winning.”
Charismatic bishop T.D. Jakes makes a passionate case for finding and following your life’s purpose.
An inspirational and important message from Clay Christensen at TedXBoston. How will you measure success in your life?
Susan Stillman, Six Seconds’ Global Director of Education, makes the case for why educators need the skills of emotional intelligence.
In honor of the Kenyan environmental activist and Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai, people close to her share what their little thing is that they are doing to change the world.
Emotions play a huge role in determining whether change efforts fail or succeed. Josh Freedman uses a personal example to talk about the role emotions play in driving – or not driving – change.
Josh Freedman dives into the nuances of giving feedback more effectively. It’s a simple shift in tone and pronoun that shifts the focus from one of blame to one of collaboration.
Josh Freedman discusses applying consequential thinking – what it is, why it’s important, and how to incorporate it into your life.
It’s easy to get obsessed with being right. Josh Freedman discusses why it’s so irresistible and at the same time so destructive to focus on being right.
Members of the Six Seconds community discuss what a world would look like with a billion people practicing emotional intelligence.
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.