Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Articles

Conflict Management: Turning Dissonance Into Harmony, Productivity and Success Sep 11, 2017

Because of the uniqueness of each man, conflict is not a stranger to everyday life. We perceive things differently and as such conflict among our families, friends and especially in our workplaces inevitably occurs and sometimes thrives.

It can be simply defined as a dissonance or disagreement...

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How Can We Warm Others If Our Hearts Be Cold? Sep 09, 2017

An intimate look at empathy: Seeing the world through someone else’s eyes.

“You don’t care because you don’t really know how I feel!” This is an all-to-familiar statement we, ourselves, may have used several times to express our frustration over not being truly...

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Dream Catchers Are Opportunity Grabbers – Having the Initiative and Bias for Action Aug 24, 2017

Debunking the myth that some people are destined to be always a step behind or a step ahead of others.

What would the world be like if no one initiates?

Life would be unimaginably toilsome if no one took the initiative to make work easier by inventing the machines. Life will be chaotic if no one...

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Why Even Smart People Fail Aug 17, 2017
In real life , what really matters is not how smart you are but how far you’ve stretched your limits to make your life better and significant.

Do intelligent people eventually become achievers?

Robert Sternberg an American psychologist and professor whose works have contributed much on...

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Integrity: Being Whole In A World Of Disparities Aug 11, 2017

How many times have you been trusted with money? A secret? A sensitive information? A difficult task? How many times have you made a decision based solely on your values and principles? If you cannot recall then maybe it’s time to think if your friends really trust you and if you have been...

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THE LIFE OUTSIDE THE BOX: Discovering the other possibilities in life through creativity and innovation Aug 03, 2017

Among the gadgets in the kitchen the knife appears as the most simple tool. It is not as flashy as the electronic machines that make kitchen tasks so much lighter. Yet it is unimaginable to have a kitchen without this unassuming knife. Actually, scientists consider this humble tool as the first...

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Stress Management: Overcoming Stress By Fighting It Out From Within Jul 29, 2017

What is that one thing we can do to ourselves that can turn our lives from bad to worst?

Stress out! 

Stress can make existing problems worst. Minor problems turn into major ones as stress overpowers the capacity of the body and the mind to cope.  Relationship problems become...

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Resilience: Lessons from the Bamboo Jul 21, 2017

Did you know that the bamboo is not a tree but a grass? It does not have a sturdy trunk but a hollow, slender stem that readily sways with a gentle breeze. With its humble stance, the bamboo is often mistaken as a fragile species. But according to a Japanese proverb: “In time, even the...

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Behavioural Self-Control: Giving the Helm Back to The Master Jul 06, 2017

Life on earth, thinkers say, is paradoxical. As humans we are supposed to be the most intellectual species on this planet, capable of managing our affairs and putting order into our existence. But we display behaviours sometimes worse than what animals do. We don’t have to dig into research...

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Mirror Mirror On The Wall – Accurate Self Assessment Jun 29, 2017

What would have happened in the Snow White story if the magic mirror did not tell the wicked stepmother the truth that Snow White has surpassed her beauty?

Well, unlike the step mother in the story, we won’t have the movie that captured the hearts and imagination of many children to help us...

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Self Awareness Brings What Is Inside Out Jun 21, 2017

Do you know that the movie “Inside Out” was born out of a father’s confusion of his teenager’s attitude?

The film’s director and writer, Peter Docter, wanted to make a movie out of his effort to understand his child, but his consultations with several psychologists...

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