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Boost Your Emotional Intelligence with These 3 Questions By Daniel Goleman and Michele Nevarez | Harvard Business Review

As the concept of emotional intelligence has gone global, we’ve watched professionals founder as they try to improve their emotional intelligence (or EI) because they either don’t know where to …

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‘Dancing Backwards in High Heels’ | Inside Higher Ed Study finds female professors experience more work demands and special favor requests, particularly from academically "entitled" students.

  Numerous studies have found that female professors shoulder a disproportionate amount of service workcompared to their male peers. Research also suggests that students hold female instructors to a different standard than they …

‘Dancing Backwards in High Heels’ | Inside Higher Ed Study finds female professors experience more work demands and special favor requests, particularly from academically “entitled” students. Read More »

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Decision Making: 3 Practitioners’ Stories of Leveraging EQ Skills to Make Better Decisions • Six Seconds Six Seconds on decision making.

Six Seconds’ State of the Heart report identifies the 3 components of emotional intelligence that predict good decision making. Here is the story of three EQ practitioners who have struggled, …

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Patriarchy is still more powerful than leaning in.

All career advice for women is a form of gaslighting — Ephrat Livni, Quartz at Work Research by Duke University department of neuroscience professors, to be published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, shows that overemphasizing messages of individual female empowerment diminishes people’s sense of systemic obstacles that require societal redress.

The patriarchy, it turns out, is still more powerful than “leaning in”. This is really interesting research and a good analysis of a social problem in need of a social …

All career advice for women is a form of gaslighting — Ephrat Livni, Quartz at Work Research by Duke University department of neuroscience professors, to be published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, shows that overemphasizing messages of individual female empowerment diminishes people’s sense of systemic obstacles that require societal redress. Read More »

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It’s My Job and I’ll Cry If I Want to: The Case for Showing Emotions in the Workplace – Entrepreneur by Amanda Slavin

Slavin addresses the value of creating a workplace where employees can show up as their whole selves – tears and all. By creating a workplace that does not allow people …

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