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10 Aspects Of Emotional Intelligence That Improve Workplace Relationships

Rather than dislike of the job or the salary, a bad relationship with the boss is most likely to result in employees quitting.

This has been confirmed in global Gallup workplace studies that found that the calibre of the boss was the primary reason for people staying or leaving their jobs.

So why...

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A Closer Look At Gratefulness

A story is told of a man who went to the Library of Congress to have his book copyrighted but was declined. His book was entitled “A Million Thanks.” The book contained just the word “thanks” which was multiplied a million times. His masterpiece was declined because the...

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Emotional Intelligence Recruitment

Emotional Intelligence is not a ‘soft skill’ rather it’s the critical skill and it should be the first requirement on any recruitment brief.

Despite all of the evidence in support, most people still believe that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a warm and fuzzy type of thing...

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INFLUENCE: The Force That Is Not Forced

Influence is a force to reckon with. The things people do, one way or another, are products of influence. Influence is the power behind people who changed the course of human history, the inspiration behind those who sacrificed their lives to perpetuate the principles humanity, the courage people...

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A Solid Look At Solidarity

Why do organizations exist? Why are clubs formed here and there? Why do we pledge commitment to a particular group?

As interdependent beings we cannot thrive independent of others. We like to work or just be with people who are like-minded, with whom we share a common interest, or who also...

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The Authentic Authenticity

In this era of fast-paced life and fast-changing technology people are clamoring for authenticity be it in politics, in religion, in the workplace or in the family. We cry for authentic leadership, authentic relationships, and authentic people. Is it because in the blur of the changes that are...

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The Sensibility of Generosity

John Bunyan, preacher and author of “The Pilgrim’s Progress,” penned this quotation on generosity:

“A man there was and they called him mad; the more he gave, the more he had.”

To the pragmatic, this would sound not sensible but the Apostle Paul also echoes this...

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Situational Awareness: The Ace Factor in Organisational Dogfight

During World War II the tranquil blue sky witnessed the heart-stopping air combat engagements of fighter planes. The din of engines and multiple volleys of gun fire pierced the silence of the open space. Bullets were everywhere and the enemies were not only in front or behind — they were...

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