1619: Not “bad blood,” but bad healthcare

1619: Not “bad blood,” but bad healthcare

The title of the fourth episode of 1619, “How the Bad Blood Started,” is based on the story “Bad Blood” by Yaa Gyasi. This episode is about healthcare. Going back to 1866 it introduces listeners to Rebecca Lee Crumpler who…

Webinar: Emotional Intelligence for 2021

Webinar: Emotional Intelligence for 2021

Start the year off with Emotional Intelligence! Make a plan to improve your EQ skills. Join David Cory and Jill Cory as they discuss how to improve your emotional intelligence skills for greater effectiveness in 2021. They will share insights,…

Celtic’s Neil Lennon: how a hothead player found emotional intelligence as a manager

Celtic’s Neil Lennon: how a hothead player found emotional intelligence as a manager

Once he was unpredictable and volatile, easy for opposing fans to wind up and quick to lose his temper on the pitch. These days, as Celtic’s manager, Neil Lennon is a much calmer, mellower figure who seems more comfortable in…

Let them be in emotional pain

Let them be in emotional pain

Bearing witness, acknowledging, is powerful. Our culture has somehow made a habit of avoiding pain and encouraging others to avoid pain. “To be able to say, ‘this hurts,’ without being talked out of it. That’s what helps. Being heard helps.”Megan…

The Break Through Your Barriers Masterclass, free

The Break Through Your Barriers Masterclass, free

EITCDecember 8, 20201 min read

A two hour transformational virtual experience on Saturday December 12th at 12pm EST. Grab your seat to join Live. It’s…

Empathy and motivation

Empathy and motivation

Simon Sinek shares some challenging and provocative messages for leaders! Good reframes here. https://youtu.be/IJyNoJCAuzA

How to build driven teams

How to build driven teams

Autonomy, mastery, and purpose! For the win. “This lively RSA Animate, adapted from Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA, illustrates…

1619: Pleasure and pain in the history of Black music in American popular culture (3)

1619: Pleasure and pain in the history of Black music in American popular culture (3)

Episode three of 1619 with Nikole Hannah-Jones is narrated by Wesley Morris. Morris starts cutting vegetables in his friend’s kitchen…

Understanding emotions is nearly as important as IQ for students’ academic success

Understanding emotions is nearly as important as IQ for students’ academic success

The ability to understand emotions contributes almost as much to students’ grades as their IQ. Past studies show two personal…

Documentary on police brutality: Above the Law

Documentary on police brutality: Above the Law

This documentary covers police brutality in Calgary and the failure of the justice system to hold them accountable. These are…

Interactive data shows income inequality and impact of racism on black boys

Interactive data shows income inequality and impact of racism on black boys

It’s easy for some to imagine that the US is the land of opportunity. After all, it’s a common narrative.…

Six steps to improve your emotional intelligence, by Ramona Hacker

Six steps to improve your emotional intelligence, by Ramona Hacker

This talk by Ramona Hacker is a nice perspective on emotional intelligence. It’s great that she identifies the negative connotations…

Emotional Intelligence in a Pandemic: How to Maintain Connection while Working Remotely

Emotional Intelligence in a Pandemic: How to Maintain Connection while Working Remotely

Webinar, November 16, 10am PacificEmotional Intelligence in a Pandemic: How to Maintain Connection while Working Remotely COVID-19 has caused rapid…