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.
Our Mission is to create permanent, sustainable change in individuals and organizations through the development of Emotional Intelligence skills. Our values include honesty, integrity, social responsibility in the service of others, and abundance versus a scarcity mentality. Our vision is to lead the way in Emotional Intelligence skills development through assessment, coaching, training, and consulting.
Stress has so many physiological effects and an important part of emotional intelligence is stress management. Here’s a short helpful video on the relationship between stress and memory (cognitive functioning!). Enjoy!
From time to time EITC will do webinars with partner organizations. And a few times a year David Cory and team will host webinars on requested, and popular, topics. Join David Cory on October 22,…
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….
EITC’s mission is to create permanent, sustainable change in individuals and organizations through the development of emotional intelligence skills.
COVID-19 has caused rapid change, uncertain futures, working virtually, and a lot of anxiety as we all determine what this might mean for our futures and the futures of our organizations.