Emotional Intelligence Components: Key Success Factors

Article Written By: Joiline Gorlova

The Emotional Intelligence Components of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationships management are key success factors in business and in life. These factors are key drivers of success, productivity and effectiveness both at work and life in general.

Public Speaking: Using Powerful Opening

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How can you open your public speaking session with a powerful, captivating opening that will hold your audience’s interest? How can you grab and retain the attention of your audience?

POWERFUL PRESENTATION SKILLS

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Why do we need presentation skills? After all it is just talking,

Emotional Intelligence Quiz

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An emotionally intelligent response would include the following elements: a) Viewing the situation as a challenge b) Viewing situation as a problem solving opportunity c) Seeing learning opportunities d) Seeing team building opportunities through collective problem solving and decision making e) view negative emotions as distractions to be avoided f) deploying stress deflection through strategic attention allocation g) shift attention away from stress to problem solving and execution h) tune out of negative emotions mode and tuning in to positive emotions i) deploy emotional intelligence competencies to problem solving and solution execution

Emotional Intelligence Quotations

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"To know oneself is a great knowledge....."

Emotional Intelligence Improvement Strategies

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Value of Employee Wellness on Performance

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Effective Use of Voice in Training

Article Written By: Joiline Gorlova

A training facilitator’s voice is one of their greatest assets. It means that voice culture becomes a crucial aspect of preparation for the training event. A deliberate and conscious working on the voice without making it artificial and unnatural. I found out from experience that I am most effective with my voice in training when I am at my most natural.

Anxiety Management in Training

Article Written By: Joiline Gorlova

A practical approach to dealing with anxiety demands that one gets as much advantage from the positives that anxiety affords while minimizing the negatives that come with anxiety. If managed well, anxiety can thus be a tool to make training even more effective