The bystander chooses to remain uninvolved and takes no action. What is at the root of this phenomenon and what is the relationship with emotional intelligence? How does it impact workplaces the world over? Watch Jill Cory and David Cory, Vancouver Island-based coaches and leadership development specialists, as they share with you what you need to know and how to address this trend in your workplace.
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This is a great talk on error rates and how they relate to teams with psychological safety. Teams that talk openly about errors, did better.
Professor Crenshaw is a giant in the field of critical race theory and she is probably best well know for coining the term intersectionality. As an academic and lawyer she works at UCLA School of Law and Columbia Law School This presentation that Crenshaw gave at WOW 2016 is a helpful overview of the concept of intersectionality.
How does one coach someone to improve their emotional intelligence and how are EQ-i 2.0 results involved? Join Jill Cory and David Cory from EITC as they discuss how a coach might use EQ-i 2.0…
Yale University has its Centre for the Study of EI. Google, Nike, Amazon and Microsoft base their leadership development programs on one specific model of EI.
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By Thomas Oppon, Founder of Alltopsstartups How elastic is your brain? The ability to stretch beyond your core strengths when necessary and quickly rebound back to your core skills and discipline is a desirable trait….