Capability to understand one's emotions and use it to guide thinking and behavior
Research has shown that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is one of the biggest predictors of personal and professional success. But how do you develop it? Today's guest, expert in global leadership and organizational development and co-host of The Evolving Leader Podcast, Scott Allender joins Ian to discuss what emotional intelligence actually is, how the Enneagram aligns with the five essential skills needed to cultivate it, and shares the importance of reclaiming our lost parts for true healing and wholeness. Scott Allender is an expert in global leadership and organizational development. Along with co-hosting The Evolving Leader podcast, he regularly teaches Enneagram workshops and conducts typing interviews and emotional intelligence assessments for individuals and teams who seek to become more radically self-aware and cognizant of the impact they have on the world. To learn more about your personality-specific path toward lasting emotional intelligence and health, pre-order your copy of The Enneagram of Emotional Intelligence today. Follow the Typology Podcast on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player to hear the latest episodes. You can also follow us @typologypodcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Amanda Madorno is the founder of Roam Consulting, LLC, and an award-winning leadership coach with 30+ years of experience in for-profit and non-profit sectors. Amanda helps leaders strengthen emotional intelligence and achieve excellence in leadership through coaching and consulting on core responsibilities, including strategic planning, executive transitions, and board governance. She has successfully led financial and management turnarounds at $10M+ organizations and coached hundreds of leaders individually and in teams. — Amanda Madorno Links: Website: https://roamconsultingllc.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandamadorno/ — PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://www.womleadmag.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YJHMoy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GkmpVInAQR7Fgco0pUa1B RSS: https://feeds.libsyn.com/409442/rss YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDpQX16k5Uh7G7PFjMjZ8KimqoOpFF-t — CONNECT: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WomELLE - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womelle - Twitter: https://twitter.com/womelle - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womelle - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realwomelle/ — OUTLINE: 0:00 - Introduction to the podcast and guest speaker 0:27 - Background and becoming an award-winning leadership coach 2:50 - What sparked Amanda's interest in leadership at a young age? 3:54 - Overview of Roam Consulting and services offered 6:18 - The head heart connection methodology for developing effective leadership skills 9:43 - Leadership with horses' program explained 17:14 - The importance of emotional intelligence in leadership 19:17 - How Roam Consulting helps clients manage emotions in the workplace 23:26 - Amanda's top three qualities of a good leader 30:10 - Advice for women looking to advance in leadership positions
In today's episode, Dr. Lisle & Howk discuss the following questions: 1. Jordan Peterson mentioned briefly in a video that increasing oxytocin can increase agreeableness. He also gives advice that agreeable people can become more disagreeable by "waking the circuit up" if it's laying dormant in you. He thinks we have a wide range of genetic propensities, some that are switched on and it's possible to switch other propensities on. Is there evidence to support either of these theories? 2. Could the doctors talk about “social climbing”? I have family members who spend much of their free time and resources trying to networking with higher status people. They join different country clubs, go to fancy fundraisers, and will cancel plans with people they have known for years if an opportunity with a fancier new acquaintance arises. They often bring up income and status in conversation, which I find a bit off putting. I can't decide if this is pseudo esteem seeking, personality cancer, or a legitimate way to make real connections that matter for extroverts. Can this pursuit lead to meaningful relationships?
In this episode of The Create Purpose Podcast, host Zach Arend discusses the importance of knowing who you are being and where you're coming from. He shares his journey of moving away from "shoulding" on himself and embracing his passions. Zach encourages listeners to be selfish in their approach and to go all-in on their passions. He emphasizes that creating something you love takes courage and encourages listeners to stand in their power and lead. Episode resources: Zach's Website Zach's 3-Part Video Course Zach's Workshop If you enjoyed this episode then please either: Follow, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts Follow and rate on Spotify Connect with me on Instagram and Facebook!
Why don't people heal? That's the question that is at the heart of Greg's incredible work. We often focus on the physical part of health through nutrition, movement or sleep but what about our internal world? Our emotions? Our pains and trauma? This is the world I explored with Greg today and it was a beautiful conversation I am deeply grateful for.If you are feeling as inspired as I was after this show and want to take control of your mental and emotional health Greg is offering his unique program for 20% off using the code “podcast20”Greg Schmaus is the CEO of Healing 4D, a Holistic Health Practitioner, Shamanic Energy Healer, and Massage Therapist. He is the creator of “Healing The Mind,” a 21 day holistic mental health program. Through his online programs and personal client coaching, Greg guides students and clients towards higher awareness, empowerment, and freedom in their lives through authentic lifestyle practices. Over the past decade, Greg has coached countless clients with various physical and mental health challenges by integrating the lessons of many of his great teachers and mentors, including Paul Chek and Alberto Villoldo. Greg believes that we are all on a unique healing journey that paves the way back home to wholeness. Greg's personal journey healing from various physical and mental health challenges is the foundation of each one of his coaching programs.Join us as we explore:Greg's unique Healing The Mind 21 day journey and why it begins with the basics before it gets into the deep waters of non-violent communication, EFT, polarities, archetypes and IFS.Why you are feeling like your just surviving, why the world's collective nervous system is under chronic strain and overstimulation and how this is the foundation of the collective stress, mental health and physical health crisis we are all feeling.The four survival archetypes, why they are not always necessarily “bad”, and why awareness and then relationship with archetypes is how we transmute them to thriving.Why internal family systems (IFS) has become a popular and powerful healing modality.The loss of connection, our avoidance and distraction environment and why chronic inflammation in the body is the epidemic that is not nearly discussed enough.Emotional health, why it cannot be separated from mental health, bad vs good emotions, using thinking to avoid feeling and when we suppress emotions it simply shifts itself to the mind.The way to reframe crises, where or when emotions stem from and how emotions are tied to belief systems.Website: https://www.healing4d.comMentions:Person – Carl Jung, Quote: “Neurosis is the avoidance of legitimate suffering."Person/Book – Richard Schwartz, “No Bad Parts”, https://ifs-institute.com/nobadpartsSupport the showSUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON:As much as we love doing it, there are costs involved and any contribution will allow us to keep going and keep finding the best guests in the world to share their health expertise with you. I'd be grateful and feel so blessed by your support: https://www.patreon.com/MadeToThriveShowSend me a WhatsApp to +27 64 871 0308.
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Emotional Intelligence Today we're talking about some limitations. You know those habits you have that turn a conversation into a fight, or, make you avoid a conversation altogether because you know it won't go well – the kind of traits that you absolutely need to develop and strengthen to improve every area of your life, but that aren't so fun to talk about. When I think about fun in my life, I think about travel, and friends, my family, and my businesses and all the amazing and cool things. I don't necessarily think about these traits, although these traits I'm going to lay out for you today are absolutely essential in your personal growth and the growth of your relationships. Both at home, and at work. I have grown so much in my emotional intelligence over the years and these skills have made my life so much better and easier! Now, let's dig into emotional intelligence so you can make your feelings more manageable, and continue building yourself into a person you love and respect. Just to give you an idea of how important this topic is, check this out- A 40-year study at UC Berkeley reported that emotional intelligence is nearly 4 times more powerful than IQ at predicting success. So, what exactly is emotional intelligence, or EQ? What does it mean to be emotionally mature? Emotional maturity means having the self-control to manage your emotions and work to understand them. As an emotionally mature individual, you don't view emotions as a weakness. Instead, you value them and don't try to hide them. There are five key elements to EI: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. We're going break them down one by one. Links mentioned in this episode: Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/addictionunlimited Book A Call With Angela: addictionunlimited.com/call Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts “I love Angela & Addiction Unlimited Podcast.”
When you hear the word “bully,” what kind of person comes to mind? If your imagination takes you back to the schoolyard, you're not alone. But today's guest, Zenica Chatman, reminds us that bullying happens in the workplace, too. Listen in to learn how to deal with workplace bullies and heal from the trauma that toxic workplaces can leave you with, so that one bad workplace doesn't haunt you for the rest of your career. Related Links:Workplace Bullying InstituteEp 304: White Fragility with Dr. Robin DiAngeloEp 232: How to Lead with Emotional Intelligence with Dr. Marc BrackettJoin the Bossed Up group on LinkedInLearn more at ZenicaChatman.comGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
Being [at Work] offers a daily dose of leadership focused on helping you, the leader. During challenging times we need all of the encouragement we can get. Sometimes there's simply no playbook and we just need to do the best we can. Sometimes the best we can is being reminded of the gifts and insight you already have within. Now, if you're in the midst of a challenging time, our goal at HRD is to help remind and encourage you no matter the situation you're in. Be sure to subscribe and get your daily dose. Resources: HRD: https://hrdleadership.com/podcasts/
Each unconscious abdication of leadership in a relationship is a pin prick to her heart. Over the course of the years, thousands of these moments will scar or harden her. As time went by she and she felt your lack of presence, awareness, and attention to her body and feelings, she got angry. - John Wineland Feel Like You're On a Cloud! Save 40% on Cozy Earth with the code "JOSH" at checkout! Premium 100% viscose from bamboo fabric that feels like a cloud. Temperature-regulating and moisture-wicking fabric to keep you comfy. Enhanced weave that is guaranteed not to pill even after washing and drying. Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Looking for a cleaner brain fuel? 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Listen To Episode 538 As John Wineland Uncovers: [01:30] Navigating Grief And Loss John Wineland What motivates John to seek men's groups and create one himself. 382 Stefanos Sifandos | What Inner Work Actually Is: Exploring Ego Death, Health Freedom & The Scale of Awareness 361 Luke Storey: Relationships, Consciousness, & Coming Home To Yourself From the Core: A New Masculine Paradigm for Leading with Love, Living Your Truth, and Healing the World by John Wineland Why he's been feeling confused after losing his only child. 332 John Wineland: Your Guide To Masculine & Feminine Polarity [08:20] The New Masculine Paradigm Why John feels blessed and grateful for the varied life experiences he's been through. The importance of always having a teacher and being a student. What the new masculine paradigm looks like. How the field of awareness lets us experience reality. Why the toxic masculine puts productivity and achievements first. How toxic masculinity became a byproduct of feminism for women. Kendra Cunov [24:15] Heart Liberation + Conscious Relationships Johnny Blackburn Why we need our hearts liberated to grow our capacity to love and lead. The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire by David Deida How we can bring ancient wisdom into the modern world. Why breathwork is a necessary practice when it comes to awareness. How grounding positively impacts our nervous system. [32:27] How To Bring Presence Into Romantic Relationships How to expand our capacity for presence, awareness, and attention. The difference between showing up as a domestic and a romantic partner. How the masculine hurts the feminine heart. Why what love wants is not always the same as what we want. How we unconsciously project resentment onto our partner. John and Julie Gottman Harville Hendrix Stan Tatkin Why we need to drop into our heart to feel what we need. [48:10] Healing Generational Wounds The myth of a good husband. Why women are 100 thousand years ahead of men. Jordan Peterson John's journey to a purposeful life and clearing his family's karma. Alan Watts What it means that we're responsible for the sins of our fathers. It Didn't Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn 311 Mark Wolynn | It Didn't Start With You: Ending The Cycle of Inherited Trauma [01:03:10] Slow Down To Receive The Wisdom Of The Moment Why epigenetics is embodied karma according to John. Dr. Rhonda Patrick How to cultivate spaciousness for trauma. What motivated John to start a teacher training program. How to activate your mind, body, and heart. Why slowing down is a better strategy for success. The beauty of receiving the wisdom of the moment. Paul Chek How wisdom can be clouded by wounding. Power Quotes From The Show What Love Wants "There's what you want, what both of you and your partner want, and then what love wants. Tuning into what love wants may often be at the expense of what you want, sometimes at the expense of what your partner wants. Your capacity to tune into what love wants from a trustable place is a big part of masculine leadership." - John Wineland True Change "No true change in behavior or thinking can come without an awakened body and an activated heart and a spacious mind." - John Wineland The Wisdom Of The Moment "Stop doing, stop striving, stop practicing. Relax into receiving the wisdom of the moment through your body and wait for some intuitive thought, something to come through, some next move. Receive the wisdom of the moment. Whatever comes through you, it's coming from a deeper place than your habitual thoughts." - John Wineland Links From Today's Show John Wineland 382 Stefanos Sifandos | What Inner Work Actually Is: Exploring Ego Death, Health Freedom & The Scale of Awareness 361 Luke Storey: Relationships, Consciousness, & Coming Home To Yourself From the Core: A New Masculine Paradigm for Leading with Love, Living Your Truth, and Healing the World by John Wineland 332 John Wineland: Your Guide To Masculine & Feminine Polarity Kendra Cunov Johnny Blackburn The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire by David Deida John and Julie Gottman Harville Hendrix Stan Tatkin Jordan Peterson Alan Watts It Didn't Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn 311 Mark Wolynn | It Didn't Start With You: Ending The Cycle of Inherited Trauma Dr. Rhonda Patrick Paul Chek Shop the Wellness Force Media Store breathwork.io HIGHER DOSE INFRARED MAT, RED LIGHT FACE MASK, SAUNA BLANKET - Get 15% off with the code “JOSH15“ (link + code must be used together for discount) Cured Nutrition CBD - Save 20% with the CODE "WELLNESSFORCE" PLUNGE – Save $150 with the code “WELLNESSFORCE" LiftMode - Save 10% with the code "JOSH10" Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' HVMN - Get 20% off your Ketone IQ order with the code "JOSH" MitoZen – Save 10% with the code “WELLNESSFORCE” Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' NOOTOPIA - Save 10% with the code "JOSH10" ActivationProducts – Save 20% with the code “WELLNESSFORCE” NEUVANA - Save 15% with the code “WELLNESSFORCE” SENSATE - Save $25 on your order with the code "JOSH25" DRY FARM WINES - Get an extra bottle of Pure Natural Wine with your order for just 1¢ CHILISLEEP - Save 25% on Josh's favorite ChiliSleep products with the code "JOSH" ION - Save 15% off sitewide with the code ‘JOSH1KS' TOUPS - Save 15% with the code "JOSH" Feel Free from Botanic Tonics – Save $40 when you use the code ‘WELLNESS40′ Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, with any purchase BREATHE - Save 20% by using the code “PODCAST20” Essential Oil Wizardry: Save 10% with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' MY GREEN MATTRESS - Save up to $125 on your order with the code "JOSH" NEUROHACKER - Save 15% with the code "WELLNESSFORCE" ALIVE WATER - Save 33% on your first order with the code "JOSH33" M21 Wellness Guide Wellness + Wisdom Community Leave Wellness + Wisdom a review on Apple Podcasts John Wineland Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube About John Wineland For over a decade, John Wineland, an LA-based teacher, speaker, and entrepreneur has been leading both men and women in the realms of relationships, sexual intimacy, and life purpose. Known for his groundbreaking work with men, John is the founder of The New Men's Work Project, which is charged with the lofty goal of creating 1000 men's groups worldwide and has attracted members from across the globe who are looking to lead more embodied purpose-driven lives. With a diverse background that includes a long history as an entry, as well as in the yogic, tantric, and relational arts, John brings a wide scope of meditation, movement, and intimacy practices to his experiential workshops and coaching sessions. John Wineland's Programs & Workshops Today John's work spans the sexual divide and he's known as much in the women's and couples' intimacy arenas for facilitating programs in the Art of Embodiment and Sexual Intimacy. John's recent workshop offerings include Beyond Your Edge: Love, Sex and Purpose on Higher Plane, Integrity as Masculine Practice, The Art of Loving Fiercely, and Breath and Sexual Energy. In 2014, John launched The Aquarian Relationship Series, a 21st-century exploration into Intimacy and Polarity practices with his teaching partner, renowned Master Kundalini Yoga Instructor, Guru Jagat.
Season 3 Episode #6 A. Garcia is coming from undisclosed locationYou can find Garcia via her websites beyourincredibleself.com or confrontingdv.orgAbout our guest - Garcia's personal mission is to lead others in transforming their survival of Domestic Violence (DV) into Post Traumatic Growth. Sharing her personal testimony has empowered Garcia to teach her powerful combination of Situational Awareness and Emotional Intelligence to her clients; guiding them to take control of their lives. Garcia has dedicated her life to developing transformational programs, various forms of coaching, life-long learning through various certification courses and establishing a nonprofit to help victims of domestic violence. Her commitment is to provide lifelong transformational habits to restore a powerful internal sense of control. Garcia learned that extreme independence is a trauma driven response and a natural one which can be defeated through focused, self-awareness and intentional control. Garcia thanks for dedicating your life to help others and thanks for having the courage to endure all you have and then share that pain with others – with the hope and belief you can guide a victim to a new life. Garcia, welcome to the show. TOTD – “Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy – the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.” Brene Brown In this episode:What was life like growing up?What are your life's essential ingredientsBest thing you do for yourselfLife threatening car accident… what did you learn from being in that space…Inner voice…The importance of self-awareness, emotional, situational awarenessWarning Signs/RED FLAGS – how to identify whose flags they are…3 phases in the domestic violence cycle – tension building, violent episode, remorseful/honeymoonTypes of violence – physical, sexual, psychological, economic800-799-7233 National Domestic Violence HotlineTHE HOTLINE.ORG -
When we're emotionally well, we tend to have better relationships, better work performance, and better physical health. We're more resilient to stress, and we can handle difficult situations with greater ease. Guest Spotlight: Ashley Williams is the founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Clymb, an emotional wellness software for school-age children. She is the 2022 Culture Builder of the Year for Baltimore, which honors her work to make children's happiness a policy priority. Ashley's published work has appeared in EdPost, and in journals at Cornell University, Howard University and Southern Illinois University. Ashley is also an avid meditation practitioner passionate about sharing the transformative power of mindfulness with others and believes that it can improve the quality of life for anyone willing to commit to the practice. Her messages of encouragement and hope help people live their happiest and most fulfilling lives. How to connect with Ashley: Clymb Website Instagram Episode Sponsor: **Modest Mix Teas: Use code BEWELLSIS for 20% off! (get one of these and thank me later) Be Well, Sis Partners: Athletic Greens– Redeem your offer for 1 year of high-quality Vitamin D + 5 free travel packs BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/bewellsis Let's Get Checked: If you want to feel more empowered in your health and wellness and get tested at home, visit trylgc.com/bewellsis and get 25% off your test using code BEWELLSIS
Drama Free Living with Dennis and Lisa McIntee
Dennis and Lisa continue their series on emotional intelligence with a second episode on external communication. This episode focuses on the things you are not saying at all when you communicate–the importance of a caring orientation, meaning found in people versus words, and context over content. Tune in to learn how to manage your emotions, evaluate your thinking, and become a more confident and impactful leader. The Leadership Development Group is a consulting firm led by Dennis and Lisa McIntee that exists to help you create a better work culture through drama free strategies, leadership coaching, and training. Since 2005, they have helped over 2,000 companies become drama free and significantly increase their productivity as a result. Discover the freedom of a better work culture today at leadershipdevgroup.com. Resources Mentioned in the Episode: The Intention Clarifier
In This Episode, You Will Learn: How to find the path to expansion that's right for you. Honing your emotional intelligence as a leader for the sake of your team. The mental challenges of entrepreneurship. Resources + Links: Connect with Chelsea on Instagram | @chelwright Website: www.chelwright.com For updates and collaborations or opportunities, go to www.LetsPlayBigger.com Follow Raquel on Raquel Quinet's socials: Instagram | YouTube | Facebook | LinkedIn Find more resources on our website https://raquelq.com/podcast/ Checkout Out Our 2023 Play Bigger Events Apply to be in our Play Bigger Mastermind Grow Your Real Estate Business with Real Brokerage Show Notes: How can a little emotional intelligence take your biz a long way? This week's special guest is Chelsea Wright, the real estate leader, coach, and speaker who pioneered her own expansion team! We'll learn how she juggles it all, from running a transaction management company to helping realtors scale their businesses! We will explore the mental side of entrepreneurship, going from solo to growing a team, how to master emotional intelligence and data tracking, and even more important lessons in expansion all business owners should know. Join us to discover the path to growth that's right for you and your business! 00:30 Meet real estate coach, leader, and speaker, Chelsea Wright, who pioneered an expansion team on her own! 02:45 How did you become a leader of an expansion team? 05:40 What was your mental health journey as an entrepreneur? 08:05 What do you wish you would have known about expansion? 10:15 What advice would you give to someone growing their own team? 12:45 What do you do differently? 15:10 Running a transaction management company. 17:30 How do you streamline the process? 20:15 How do you coach clients with emotional intelligence? 21:30 Why do we need to track the numbers? 25:35 How important is having the right coach? 28:45 What lessons have you learned from coaching agent leaders? 32:00 What are you most excited about? 33:45 What do you do to play bigger in business and in life?
The Law Firm Leadership Podcast | We Interview Corp Defense Law Firm Leaders, Partners, General Counsel and Legal Consultants
“Not enjoying the day-to-day was what prompted me to think about what I was doing. I then really started to try to focus on what I did enjoy,” explains Amy Harris, EVP. Amy is the Chief Legal Officer at UMB Financial, the largest bank in Kansas City. Today, she shares her journey from starting college as a musical theater major to going into political science and becoming a lawyer, and ultimately to going in-house. When Amy realized she wasn't enjoying the day-to-day of her chosen musical theater major in college, she knew it was time to re-evaluate and reconnect with the things that brought her joy back in high school. She gave herself the permission to be creative with her emotional intelligence and follow her strengths. This led her into studying political science and onto the path of becoming a lawyer. After working for a few years at a private law firm, Amy was absolutely in love with the work, but was struggling to maintain healthy boundaries. She knew there had to be a better, healthier way to continue doing the litigation she loved. By choosing to go in-house, Amy was able to really get in touch with her strengths and capitalize on her skill-set in a way that energized her without risking burnout. If you're spending everyday doing something you don't love, it will deplete your energy. It is okay to step back from whatever label has been imposed onto you, re-evaluate your strengths and interests, and even to switch careers. You are not just your job title, and by looking at yourself as your skills rather than that arbitrary title, you will have more freedom to pursue a role you are passionate about. Quotes “Not enjoying the day-to-day was what prompted me to think about what I was doing. I really started to just try to focus on what I did enjoy.” (7:11-7:18 | Amy) “One of the things that an in-house litigator really, really brings to the table is an ability to translate legal ideas, issues, to a layman audience, which is going to be corporate executives.” (13:11-13:25 | Amy) “Stop putting yourself in that box. I'm a lawyer. I'm a litigator. I'm a transactional attorney. I'm a contract attorney. Yes, you are that. But what are the skills that you use everyday that make you good at that?” (23:19-23:33 | Amy) “Really start to think about yourself as a set of skills. Because until I did that, I think I had a really hard time seeing myself as anything other than the label I had given myself.” (23:45-23:55 | Amy) “When you start to line up what's giving you energy, you can also then inherently start to identify where your strengths are.” (26:34-26:43 | Amy) Links Connect with Amy Harris: LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-moore-harris-b9b3b725/ Emotional Intelligence 2.0: https://a.co/d/eWrZbFR Mentoring is a Must UMB Article: https://blog.umb.com/umb-financial-meet-the-leadership-umb-amy-harris-legal/ Connect with Chris Batz: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisbatz/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theliongroupkc Instagram: @theliongroupllc Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm
Join us for a FREE One-Hour Emotional Fitness Bootcamp Online Webinar. Saturday, APRIL 1st (this is not a joke) Starting at 11 AM Claim Your Space NOW!https://www.soulshacksisters.com/offers/cXoKfi2HIt's not our bad habits, failed diet attempts, addictions, or toxic relationships that are the problem.It's our unsafe beliefs about ourselves that keep us seeking more of what we think we deserve.Dump the diets, remove the labels, and FREE yourself from your matrix mind. The biggest lie we tell ourselves when we don't reach a goal or obtain something we want in life is to say that we "self-sabotage."Self-Sabotage implies we know ourselves. If we truly knew ourselves, we would know that we are incapable of Sabotage. We have become so disconnected from our truth that we don't realize how powerful, deserving, and worthy we are.Emotions are the ultimate resource for growth. The patterns of your emotions dictate your life. What we experience and the emotions linked to that experience directly reflect our life as it is today.Your Emotional Fitness is more important than your emotional intelligence. During the 1 hour Bootcamp, we will: Teach you how to Establish YOUR baselineIdentity your Emotional Response TypeAddress why your Emotional Diet is vital to your overall healthIntroduce our Trademark Pending Emotional Fitness Journal Exercises that you can start using today! PLUS, just for registering, RECEIVE A FREE ONE-HOUR Emotional Fitness Training Call with ME! Sign Up Today! https://www.soulshacksisters.com/offers/cXoKfi2HSupport the show
Do you hustle for everything you want in life? Do you find yourself feeling exhausted or burnt out? Maybe you don't show up the way you know you could because it feels like you're already doing THE MOST? If this sounds familiar, join me for this episode all about HUSTLE.Want to learn the skills of creating results without hustle? Join us in my new program starting April 4th, The Hybrid Experience. Check it out, here: https://www.macierenae.com/the-hybrid-experience.htmlConnect:Macie Renae Coaching on Facebook and Instagram!
In this episode, we are joined by Daniel Brooks, Chief Commercial Officer at Xtend Healthcare to discuss the importance of emotional intelligence (EI) in leadership. We will discuss how EI is essential in developing strong relationships with team members, understanding their needs, and in creating an emotionally safe environment. When leaders have a high level of EI, they are better equipped to motivate and challenge their team, mediate conflicts, and ultimately lead more effectively.This episode is sponsored by Xtend Healthcare.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to perceive, interpret, demonstrate, control, evaluate, and use emotions to communicate with and relate to others effectively and constructively. Some experts suggest that emotional intelligence is more important than IQ for success in life.Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to perceive, interpret, demonstrate, control, and use emotions to communicate with and relate to others effectively and constructively. This ability to express and control emotions is essential, but so is the ability to understand, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others.1. Self-awareness2. Self-regulation3. Motivation4. Empathy5. Social skillsWelcome to the Do Hard Things Podcast with your host Jay Tiegs, Are you ready to amplify and improve your life? Then you are in the right place. On this podcast we have unfiltered conversation with inspiring people who take on challenges and share with us, the wisdom from their journey. We talk about how doing hard things adequately enable all of us to deal with life's struggles and challenges and ultimately improve the quality of our lives. Do Hard Things Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/dohardthings
This week on the podcast, Lindsey and Nicole are joined by Jackie Brewster, certified Enneagram coach and author of The Enneagram and Your Marriage: A 7-Week Guide to Better Understanding and Loving Your Spouse. In this conversation, Jackie shares her personal story of how she came to know and learn about herself and others through Enneagram “awareness”. The Enneagram made such an indelible imprint on Jackie's life and relationships that she knew she had to share her knowledge with others so they might experience lasting change in their lives as well. Jackie unpacks the Enneagram as a transformative tool that sheds light on the motivations behind our everyday behaviors and helps people facilitate empathy and compassion for others in their spheres, allowing them to foster deeper connections inside of meaningful relationships. Full Show Notes Healthy Love & Relationships Program
Jessica McBride has over 10 years of experience in supporting executives. Her passion lies in communication and how it can shape a company from the top down.In this conversation, Jessica talks about emotional intelligence, using technology like chatGPT at work, finding (and using) your voice, and being vulnerable in the workplace.Show notes -> leaderassistant.com/211Sponsor -> ezcater.com/leaderassistant--ezCater is the best way for companies to order food for daily employee lunches, meetings, and events of any size or budget. ezCater's simple-to-use platform provides a network of over 100,000 restaurants nationwide, and 24/7 support from their highly trained customer service team. To explore corporate food solutions or place a catering order, visit ezcater.com/leaderassistant.--Support the showMore from The Leader Assistant... Book, Audiobook, and Workbook -> leaderassistantbook.com Premium Membership -> leaderassistant.com/membership Events -> leaderassistantlive.com Free Community -> leaderassistant.com/community
Developing Tomorrow's Leaders with Coach T
My guest in this episode is Human Connection and Communication Expert, Giovanna Elias. Her clients claim that her work is a cross between Dale Carnegie's “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, Brene Brown's “The Power of Vulnerability,” Marshall Rosenberg's “Non-Violent Communication” and Dr. Joe Dispenza's integration of both science and spirituality. Giovanna has spent the last 10+ years travelling the world, observing human behaviour and asking what truly makes us happy, healthy and fulfilled. She believes that the secret sauce to having a quality life is having quality relationships. Period. She is a people-lover, travel-goer, neuroscience-enthusiast, philosopher at heart- and ultimately calls herself: A HUMAN CONNECTION EXPERT. Pulling from her background in Communications, Human Rights, NLP and Holistic Medicine, she is beyond passionate about creating a world where people can communicate effectively, lead consciously, resolve conflict gracefully, and ultimately connect deeply and meaningfully in all relationships. She empowers professionals to build meaningful connections with anyone, anywhere, at anytime and communicate consciously to overcome conflicts in their relationships, from work life to family, friends, and romance. She does this through her life-changing 9-key system called “The Connection Code.” Connect with her today and learn more about what she does! Email email@example.com Website http://www.giovannaelias.com LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/relationships-life-coach/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/giovanna.fjm.elias/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/giovanna.jennie.maggio TikTok https://www.youtube.com/theconnectioncode I have launched my teen personal growth and development site, S.E.A. of Success® Academy Don't forget to check out TeenSpeak- Empowering Today's Youth, a podcast I co-host with Keith Senzer. TeenSpeak explores the unique strategies and stories of amazing young people from around the globe who are pushing boundaries, overcoming adversity, and achieving greatness. The guests share their personal stories of success, resilience, and courage with an infectious dose of inspiration to help encourage our listeners to create the life they desire. Get your copy of Coach T's new book, "The Ultimate Guide to Success For Preteens and Teens. Available on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B2N4ZYRC Developing Tomorrow's Leaders with Coach T® is part of Coach T's Corner®, an online mentoring academy, designed to educate, support, and inspire the next generation of leaders. Parents hire me to educate, support and inspire personal growth skills in their preteens and teens that will better prepare them by taking ownership of tools for a prosperous future. Soft skills are not a priority of the public education systems but are crucial to the success of our next generation of leaders. Thanks for listening to this episode. To see all of Coach T's contact information and other projects, https://withkoji.com/@Coach_Ts_Corner --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antwaunthompson/support
Joe takes us on a walk through his childhood and early life, from the suburbs of Connecticut to fleeing the revolution in Iran. A green mohawk and an 8-second hit of oneness.
Continuing this Finish Strong Friday series, we'll talk about Daniel Goleman's five domains of emotional intelligence and how to use them in your leadership journey. Dive into this episode, improve your ability to manage your emotions, and be part of your team's success today.Key Takeaways To Listen ForWhat is emotional maturity and why it's valuable for high-challenged situations Why self-awareness is necessary for building your emotional maturityThe development of internal motivation in an individualExplaining self-regulation and a person's openness to changeWays to develop and incorporate empathy in your leadershipHow social skills and communication help solidify relationships within a team Resources Mentioned In This EpisodeEmotional Intelligence by John D. Mayer and Peter SaloveyEmotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman | Kindle, Paperback, and HardcoverConnect With UsMaster your context with real results leadership training!To learn more, visit our website at www.greatsummit.com.For tax, bookkeeping, or accounting help, contact Dr. Nate's team at www.theincometaxcenter.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Dr. Nate on His Social MediaLinkedIn: Nate Salah, Ph.DInstagram: @natesalah Facebook: Nate SalahTikTok: @drnatesalahClubhouse: @natesalah
Dive into an episode focused on emotional intelligence, the importance of building cohesive teams at work, and learn different strategies to explore the ways we communicate with others. Let's see where Happenstance takes us...Meet Norell:Building my brand under ProLeadership has been an honor and a pleasure. It brings me great joy to be able to provide services for our communities that not only supports individuals at a professional level, but also at a personal level. Like all parts of our dynamic, interconnected ecosystem, our vocation is unequivocally tied to our sense of self and ultimately our mental health. My journey as a psychologist catapulted when I was introduced to Organisational Psychology, a branch of psychology that focuses on Human Behaviour in the Workplace. It dawned on me that most people spend a majority of their waking life within the workplace and that this environment must be protected to sustain mentally healthy and functional societies. I instantaneously fell in love and made it my life mission to support leaders and their teams createthe "place I want to be" type workspaces that fulfill, inspire and drive productivity.Today my focus is working with highly technical professionals who find themselves having to work with peers, clients, stakeholders and lead teams of people on a daily basis. These professionals are usually high performing in their area of technical expertise. They prefer their own company over the company of others. Gatherings and social events can drain their batteries. They usually are in executive leadership roles because they are the CEO, Founder and/or part of the Executive Leadership team, and they are pivotal to the business they are in. I am able to equip these leaders with strategies to identify and develop their executive leadership team, and tap into their own strengths and abilities to uplift their own leadership capability.Connect with Norell:email@example.comLinkedInInstagramLet's Connect:@HappenstanceThePodcast@CareerCoachCassie
Chris Hemmings is on his way back from an incredibly dark place.Once considered one of the UK's leading experts and facilitators in conversations surrounding manhood, masculinity, male psychology, and suicide prevention was accused of sexual abuse by someone he briefly dated (IMPORTANT: The accuser has since retracted her allegation). This resulted in the masses slandering and defaming him all over the comment sections of his online content (much of which has gone viral several times). The backlash from the false allegation sent Chris into a deep spiral of depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideations. Without solid evidence, many of his networks in the Journalism, Education, and Mental Health fields turned their backs on him. Where does that leave Chris today? Well, you are going to hear of Chris's journey through forgiveness, reconciliation, and deep inner work to become a man who, given the chance, wouldn't change anything that has happened to him. Highlights From The Episode:How one allegation completely upended Chris's Career and Life. Why ALL men AND those who DON'T identify as "Male" need to get behind in supporting men's mental health initiatives. How his professional downfall has become one of the greatest blessings in his life.Learn More About Chris HemmingsWebsite: https://m-path.co.uk/ Instagram: @Mpathmen Twitter: @Mpathmen Pick up his Book: Be A Man Support the showAdditional Resources: Subscribe/Rate/Review on iTunes ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HEREEnroll Here
The Francy Life - Not Your Momma's Podcast
In this episode, we are speaking with Tommy Snider who has worked 50,000+ hours of transforming his clients, including CEOs, stay-at-home moms, entrepreneurs, doctors, and pro athletes spanning 18 years. His goal is to cure metabolic and nutrition-related diseases, while putting the power back in his client's hands. Key Points: Intro: 00:24 Background & experience: 01:05 How do we harness this mindset? 02:19 What were the gaps that you noticed were missing? 03:21 Can you cure type 2 diabetes? 04:03 What is healthy accountability? 06:27 Can you still reach your goals if you are doing 20-30 min workouts? 10:21 Is working out for 2 plush hours worth it? 12:36 How to get on track with a healthy diet? 14:03 Four Go-To Questions 20:26: 1. Who and what inspires you? 2. What is something you wished you knew when you were younger? 3. What's the essential part of your daily routine? 4. Best advice you've ever received Last words 27:30 Connect with Tommy: Website: www.mastermetabolic.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mastermetabolic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mastermetabolic The Francy Life - Not Your Momma's Podcast Available Here: Apple Spotify Check Cristina Francy Out: Blog: https://cristinafrancy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrs.cfrancy/ Liketoknowit: https://www.shopltk.com/explore/cristina.francy Email for collaborations: firstname.lastname@example.org ABOUT THE FRANCY LIFE- NOT YOUR MOMMA'S PODCAST I'm here to help empower women and pull back the curtain on expert's advice for every area of our lives. Through a series of interviews, we will tackle everything from eating for wellness, the best advice for littles, fashion and style, and everything in between. Get ready to get real. This is NOT YOUR MOMMA'S PODCAST. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrancylife/support
Fathoms | An Enneagram Podcast
Connect with Scott!Scott's InstagramSway LeadershipFathoms | An Enneagram Podcast: “Discovering our inner depths, one fathom at a time.”—Co-hosts: Seth Abram, Seth Creekmore, Drew MoserProduction/Editing: Seth CreekmoreFollow us on Instagram: @fathoms.enneagramFollow Abram: @integratedenneagramFollow Creek: @creekmoremusicFollow Drew: @typetrailenneagramFollow Lindsey: @lindseyfaithdm
Today's guest is Professor Robert Waldinger, who has been in charge of an 80-year study at Harvard University, tracking the happiness and well-being of a group of 724 people and their descendants. In his viral TED Talk, which has garnered over 40 million views, Professor Waldinger shared some of the insights he's gained from this long-term study, and in his new book, The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Longest Scientific Study of Happiness, he goes even deeper into the factors that contribute to a fulfilling life.As a psychiatrist and Zen priest, Professor Waldinger brings a unique perspective to the study of happiness and well-being. In this episode, we'll explore some of the key findings from his research, including the role of relationships, community, and purpose in leading a good life. We'll also delve into practical strategies for cultivating happiness and meaning in our own lives, and discuss the challenges we face in today's fast-paced, technology-driven world.Tune in as we explore the secrets of The Good Life with Professor Robert Waldinger.Watch Bob's Viral TED TalkBuy The Good Life------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book Skip the Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
Your Purposeful Life with Adrian Starks
Episode: 121Today's guest on Your Purposeful Life with Adrian Starks is Celeste Frazier.Celeste is an inspirational speaker, author, teacher, counselor and podcaster. Join us on this episode as I speak with guest Celeste Frazier as she talks about the need for spiritual growth and how it can foster creativity. Celeste knows all about spirituality sharing the stages with well-known teachers such as Michael Beckwith. We are moving into ONENESS and to hold onto your PAST, will only make you EXTINCT. -Celeste Frazier Watch the full video of this episode on our YouTube channel available Saturday March 18th: https://youtube.com/@adrianstarks
Hi gorgeous! Welcome back to the show! It is such a deep honor to bring you today's guest - Mindset, Emotional Intelligence & Business Coach, Breanna May who first came into my world inside the 2023 All Access Mastermind Pass, celebrated her first $86k month inside 888, and now has joined us in Femmepire which is a next level treat.In this episode we dive into why Breanna decided to jump into my world head first going all in for the year, and then to double down and join Femmepire, her experience in my spaces, and very importantly the depth of human evolution required for this success level and the sides of growth required that many people do not consider but are actually wildly important.Per usual, Breanna is a honey with a big brain and big heart whose story you absolutely want to hear and who you will learn so much from.Enjoy! xxJoin Overflow - we kick off March 28 >>https://jocelynkellyreid.thrivecart.com/overflow/Join the All Access Mastermind Pass 2.0 for access to all masterminds for remainder of 2023https://jocelynkellyreid.thrivecart.com/all-accessmastermindpass2/Join the Sept round of 888 >>https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/888Join Behind the Empire - self paced >> https://jocelynkellyreid.thrivecart.com/behindtheempire/Join the Secret Content Offer on PRE Sale - Live - to kick off in May >>https://jocelynkellyreid.thrivecart.com/secretcontentoffer/Join Feminine Magic & Money on Pre Sale - we kick off in June >>https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/feminine-magic-moneyJoin the Secret Masterclass >>https://jocelynkellyreid.thrivecart.com/marchmasterclass2023/Join Money Queen, the iconic self led abundance course that is over 100 women strong! >>https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/money-queen--Rate and review the show, DM your screenshot to me before you but submit and receive $200 off any of my programs!Follow Me:https://www.instagram.com/jocelyn.kelly.reid/Download my free masterclass on How I Quantum Leaped to $50k Months In the First Year of Business!https://quantumleap.lpages.co/quantum-leap/Join my free sisterhood Born To Be a Bosshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/511848006411418Connect with Breanna:Website: https://www.missmindset.net/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missmindset_/
The Musician's Guide To Being Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise
In this episode, Karen and Jen discuss the correlation between Emotional Intelligence and how it affects the amount of money you can make.
Understanding how diversity, emotional intelligence, and mindfulness intersect and using these things to empower each other creates stronger individual identities and relationships.This special guest episode explores the experiences of first-gen individuals, the impact of self-care, and the importance of practicing gratitude and kindness toward ourselves and others.Tune into this podcast with licensed therapist Vanessa De Jesus Guzman and special guest Anyelis Cordero - FirstGen Latina, HR Consultant, Coach, Speaker and Founder of Propel on Purpose Coaching - for this real-talk conversation on diversity and inclusion in the workforce, the value of mindfulness, and a short meditation at the end.Find Anyelis on IG: @propelonpurposeAnyelis' Website: https://www.propelonpurpose.com/FREE GIFTS! “Tools to Help Kids Navigate Mistreatment”https://www.freetobemindful.com/navigating-bullying “Talking to Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool Guide” https://www.freetobemindful.com/talkingtokids STAY CONNECTED: Show Hashtag: #freetobemindfulpodcast Website: https://www.freetobemindful.com Social: @counselorvdejesus Email: email@example.com DISCLAIMER:Free to Be Mindful Podcast episodes are for educational purposes only and should not be considered as or substituted for therapy or professional counseling help from a licensed clinician.
The Wednesday Call with Andy Albright
Are you struggling to adapt to changes in your business? On this edition of The Wednesday Call, Noelle Lewantowicz and her two guests, VeRae Joseph and Sarah Seifert teach you how to take control of your emotions, transform setbacks into opportunities, and CRUSH your goals using the 5 stages of the emotional cycle of change. #TheWednesdayCall #TheAlliance #n247ru
Randy is joined by Heath Alloway of the Upstream Leader podcast for Episode 95 of The Unique CPA. Intelligence as it's been traditionally viewed, is less important to the accounting professional and to leadership than a more vital factor: emotional intelligence. Heath talks about his journey to understand the impact of emotional intelligence, highlights the ways high levels of emotional intelligence and empathy positively impact people and firms, and discusses strategies for developing what he says is ultimately not an inborn trait, but a skill. Get the full show notes and more resources at TheUniqueCPA.com
Fueling Creativity in Education
What role do emotions play in creativity? Are we more creative when we're happy? In this episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education podcast, Dr. Cyndi Burnett and Dr. Matthew Worwood continue their discussion with Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, Ph.D., a Senior Research Scientist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. In part 1 of this double expresso, Zorana talked about how people engage in the creative process and how that applies to the classroom environment. In part 2, you'll learn more about the emotional side of creativity along with strategies for supporting students as they navigate emotions and creativity in the k-12 classroom. Zorana highlights the Theory of Emotional Intelligence, detailing how we can harness the power of our emotions to express creativity and achieve our creative goals. This insight is very helpful for teachers in helping students be more creative and more in touch with their feelings, moods, and emotions. Zorana also shares insights from her new book, The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity and Emotion, and how they apply to creativity in education. “What we have learned from these studies is pretty unanimous, actually - that positive, pleasant, highly energized moods, such as being happy, is helpful for creative thinking. People come up with more ideas and more original ideas in these states.” – Zorana Ivcevic Pringle Zorana's Tips for Teachers and Parents: Creativity is full of emotions. From anxiety in front of an empty screen to frustrations when you're facing obstacles to the joy and pride of success. All are part of the creative process. Remind yourself and your students that challenging feelings are not a sign of lack of creativity skills, but they are a normal part of the creative process and can be expected. When teaching for creativity, it's important to model and support the process of transforming ideas into an end product. That process may be long and will require flexibility, adjustment, and facing frustrations. Teach students how to regulate their work on creative projects. They need to be aware that they will have to persist through difficulties, but they can use the emotions they experience in service to their project. “The advice shouldn't be that we have to be happy or joyful in order to be creative, but it oftentimes happens like that. There are also other people who got inspired by grief and by pain and by anxiety, so that is possible too and we shouldn't discount it, especially when we are giving advice of how to be inspired.” – Zorana Ivcevic Pringle Recommended Resources: Listen to Part 1 with Zorana Ivcevic Pringle The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity and Emotion by Jessica D. Hoffmann, James C. Kaufman, and Zorana Ivcevic Listen to the episode with Dr. James Kaufman GoNoodle Eager to bring more creativity into your home or classroom? Access a variety of creativity resources and tools & listen to more episodes of The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast by visiting our website, www.CreativityandEducation.com. How can you promote Teacher Creativity? Read and watch how the concept of Teacher Creativity and Design Thinking can increase teacher agency using new technology, help build a culture of innovation, and support diversity and inclusion and social-emotional learning at your school. Visit WorwoodClassroom.com. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter! Have a question? Email Dr. Burnett and Dr. Worwood at firstname.lastname@example.org! You can also find The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, and PodBean! Please rate, review, and share the podcast if you enjoy it! About Zorana Ivcevic Pringle: Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scientist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. Dr. Ivcevic studies the role of emotions in creativity and well-being, as well as how to use the arts (and art-related institutions) to promote emotion and creativity skills. She has served as Associate Editor of Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving, and Creativity Research Journal. Her work has been featured in the Harvard Business Review, ArtNet, US News, Education Week, Science Daily, El Pais, and others, and is a regular contributor to Psychology Today and Creativity Post. Dr. Ivcevic received the Award for Excellence in Research from the Mensa Education and Research Foundation, the Berlyne Award for Outstanding Early Career Achievement from the Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, and has been elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Visit Zorana's website Follow her on Instagram Follow her on Twitter Connect with her on Facebook Connect with her on LinkedIn
The Fitness And Lifestyle Podcast
This conversation with Lael Stone was by far one of my favourite chats on the podcast to date. Lael is the author of 'Raising Resilient and Compassionate Children', an educator on aware parenting, sex education and child birth, a regular speaker for the Resilience Project among many other organisations and online publications and started the incredible Woodline Primary school in 2021. Lael also offers countless online programs helping thousands of parents around the country (you can find them here). Some of the topics discussed in this episode: Importance of emotional intelligence not just for parents, but as a human How your 'reactions' to others are teaching you more about yourself than the other person The importance of being a role model as a parent How to unwind self-limiting beliefs often picked up as a child and what parents should be focusing on to minimise the chance of passing them onto their children How to learn the root cause of your child's behaviour and to not let your own emotions dictate your reactions as a parent How she started the incredible Woodline Primary and what values the school was built off The balance between allowing freedom and strictness with your children The power of human connection + much more Watch Lael's TedX Talk here @laelstone Visit Lael's website THANK YOU for listening, I really do appreciate everyone who tunes in each week. Click Here To Become a VIP member (Join DK's coaching app here, try 7 days FREE using the code DKTRIAL) Join the MENTAL WEALTH INVESTOR CLUB here Join my 1:1 Mindset Mentorship here (2 month mentorship) @djkfitness Join my free email list here Read The Ultimate Flexible Dieting Guide here SHOP DKFITNESS MERCH HERE www.younifyactive.com DKFITNESS at checkout for 15% off Use code DJK10 on all EHPlabs supplements for 10% off Intro by Will Sparks. Find this episode helpful? Share it with a friend or post a screenshot to your social media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In this episode of the podcast, guest speaker Drew Neal discussed the importance of human-centered design in creating corporate culture that is more dignified for people. He believes that leadership needs to take responsibility for the entire workforce and use data to create emotionally intelligent cultures that can increase employee performance, engagement, and profitability. He discussed the importance of having both hard and soft skills in order to create successful teams. He also noted that new sets of values are being demanded from emerging workforces and leaders must understand the why behind their company in order to effectively lead their teams towards greater good outcomes. Drew also emphasized the importance of being intentional when creating a company culture and setting clear expectations. Drew Neal believes that focusing on better human processes inside of a company can have positive results, such as increased client experience and growth in the team. He concluded that doing business with companies that are mindful of their people is becoming a competitive edge.
Life is moving fast and we have to make fast decisions. Change is everywhere, which makes Emotional Intelligence more important in today's world. Can you tell when someone is upset? Do you pick up on changes in behavior in others? And do you understand your own emotions and harness them to make better decisions? Shandel and Melanie discuss why EQ matters in the workplace and why leaders NEED to develop (or continue developing) in this area. Thanks for joining us - don't forget to subscribe, rate (or like), comment & share!Visit our website and follow us on social media - Facebook, Instagram & LinkedInWe LOVE your feedback & questions - email us at email@example.comSubscribe for our free 66 Seconds with Shandel Group at shandel.com
Themes: Grief, Loss, Love, Meaning, Healing, Self Love, Self Empowerment, Emotional Intelligence, Conscious Communication In this solo episode, Empowered Connection Podcast host Damodar Cordua brings a deeper awareness into navigating loss in our life. If we are in a human body, we will experience loss. If we love, we experience loss. If we live, we experience loss. This loss is not limited to losing a loved one because of death, but includes losing a relationship due to breakup or divorce, losing a pet, losing a job, losing a home, losing at time in our life, losing a physical ability, and/or losing a dream.Damodar presents the key aspects of grief, the process and practice of grief, the stages of grief and empowering tools for navigating grief - such as finding meaning - this podcast gifts the listener tools + perspectives in traversing loss.If you or a loved one are navigating love, loss, and grief now, in the past or in the future, this will be a powerful and helpful episode for you.For more on grief, check out episodes #14 and #36 of the Empowered Connection podcastReferenced on this episode: works of David Kessler & Elisabeth Kubler Ross*Connect with podcast host Damodar for his upcoming online immersion starting March 19th!Do you desire supportive community & relationships that are aligned with your path of self growth, healing, emotional intelligence, relationship work, and empowerment?Would you like to continually learn, & bring into the weave & weft of your life, the tools, practices, ideas, coaching, relationships & self work that can transform your life and your relationships?Empowered Connection Monthly Group Coaching 6 Month Immersion - one Sunday a month starting March 19th, 4:30pm PST via Zoom - empower your life & your relationships with this special online community and coaching experience!*Attention Yoga Teachers in the Philadelphia/NJ/Delaware areas:Empower & Uplevel your yoga teaching with this special 50 hr Advance Your Teaching Training at Palo Santo Yoga in Philadelphia *And: Reach Out to Empowered Connection podcast host Damodar for your Free Discovery Sessionand start your 2023 journey of self & relational discovery & empowerment... for both individuals + couples who are ready to explore, illuminate + empower their lives & their relationshipsANDGet 10% OFF your coaching journey by mentioning the Empowered Connection PodcastFind Daily Relationship Tools + Tips & Self Growth + Empowerment Practices with Damodar on Instagram - @empoweredconnection.meSponsored by wellness apothecary and all natural healing products for the body, mind & spirt Bhava Wellness&EMPOWERED CONNECTION
Fueling Creativity in Education
Grab your coffee! We have an incredible double expresso about creativity and emotions. In this episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education podcast, Dr. Cyndi Burnett and Dr. Matthew Worwood welcome Dr. Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, a Senior Research Scientist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. Dr. Ivcevic studies the role of emotions in creativity and well-being, as well as how to use the arts (and art-related institutions) to promote emotion and creativity skills. In Part 1 of this discussion, you'll learn how people engage in the creative process and the role emotions play in that process. Stay tuned for Part 2 to hear Zorana's Tips for Teachers and Parents, as well as strategies for supporting students as they navigate the emotional side of creativity in the k-12 classroom. Listen in as Zorana breaks down the three major factors attitudes people feel towards creativity: anticipating negative social consequences, internal anxiety, and the feeling that creativity is important to them. These attitudes about creativity can tell us about their creative behavior at school and how they approach schoolwork and creative projects. “People weigh each of these things in their minds as they are deciding what to do with the ideas they might be having.” – Zorana Ivcevic Pringle Zorana shares tips and advice for teachers who have students that are anxious towards creativity. Then, she talks about what Social Cognitive Theory can tell us about how self-efficacy supports creativity, especially in kids. Plus, Zorana sheds light on how education systems are hindering teachers' ability to facilitate creativity in the classroom and the need for greater policy change. “This is what the leaders of the world economy are telling us, and of major organizations this is what we need, but there's a disconnect from the world of educational priorities.” – Zorana Ivcevic Pringle Recommended Resources: When Part 2 is released, add the link here! Eager to bring more creativity into your home or classroom? Access a variety of creativity resources and tools & listen to more episodes of The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast by visiting our website, www.CreativityandEducation.com. How can you promote Teacher Creativity? Read and watch how the concept of Teacher Creativity and Design Thinking can increase teacher agency using new technology, help build a culture of innovation, and support diversity and inclusion and social-emotional learning at your school. Visit WorwoodClassroom.com. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter! Have a question? Email Dr. Burnett and Dr. Worwood at firstname.lastname@example.org! You can also find The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, and PodBean! Please rate, review, and share the podcast if you enjoy it! About Zorana Ivcevic Pringle: Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scientist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. Dr. Ivcevic studies the role of emotions in creativity and well-being, as well as how to use the arts (and art-related institutions) to promote emotion and creativity skills. She has served as Associate Editor of Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving, and Creativity Research Journal. Her work has been featured in the Harvard Business Review, ArtNet, US News, Education Week, Science Daily, El Pais, and others, and is a regular contributor to Psychology Today and Creativity Post. Dr. Ivcevic received the Award for Excellence in Research from the Mensa Education and Research Foundation, the Berlyne Award for Outstanding Early Career Achievement from the Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, and has been elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Visit Zorana's website Follow her on Instagram Follow her on Twitter Connect with her on Facebook Connect with her on LinkedIn
In today's episode, I'm talking to Dr. Shyamala Kiru, a psychotherapist turned leadership mentor who focuses on the connection between human design, emotional intelligence, and alignment. She's sharing how learning about and practicing human design has helped her to build a more aligned business. What you'll find in this episode: [01:52] How human design has helped Shyamala journey to where she is now in her business, how she first learned about human design, and her personal journey in understanding her chart [10:59] How common the need is to decondition from what you're “expected to do” to what truly aligns with your human design [13:20] The internal shift that happened fro Shyamala to transition from traditional psychotherapy work to coaching with a human design emphasis, and how she came to the process of understanding what is and isn't a fit for her human design type [19:43] How she uses her human design to grow her business in an aligned way, and how she keeps up with her business while staying true to her design and honoring her authority [31:54] The journey from showing up as who you think you need to be or who other expect you to be and trading that for showing up as your true self with the help of human design For full show notes, resources, and link, head to https://www.dralyssaadams.com/uncommon-couch-podcast If you enjoyed this show, make sure to follow the podcast so you'll never miss an episode. Want to get to know me more? Find out more about me on my website or by following along on Instagram!
Margie Ireland is a leadership expert, a keynote speaker, a practising psychologist, and the author of the book called “The Happy, Healthy Leader”. Seeing her friends struggle with leadership and burnout inspired her to start "The Happy Healthy Leader", a fun and proven professional development framework, based on her 25 years of commercial experience as a leader, and evidence-based research over the past 10 years as a registered psychologist. In this episode, Margie talks about her struggles with anxiety and how she overcame them through acceptance commitment training. Rather than trying to change her thinking and invalidating her feelings, the process starts with acceptance and compassion towards the experience, which leads to a healthier relationship with herself. The whole premise of “The Happy Healthy Leader” is to focus on yourself first, and then focus on what's outside you. Download this episode to learn more about how managing your internal dialogue and emotional intelligence can impact your teams and the results of your organisation.Margie Ireland's Social Media:Website: https://thehappyhealthyleader.com/Website: https://margieireland.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/margiei/Join us in our mission at The Leadership Project and learn more about our organization here. https://linktr.ee/mickspiersYou can purchase a copy of the Mick Spiers bestselling book "You're a Leader, Now What?" as an eBook or paperback at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09ZBKK8XV
Do you struggle when people give you feedback or criticize you? If you do, this is the episode for you. I break down the definitions of criticism, feedback, and constructive criticism and share what each of these may look and feel like. Then we talk about what your role and responsibility are as the giver and receiver. Hope you find this helpful!Ready to join The Hybrid Experience? Click here! https://www.macierenae.com/the-hybrid-experience.html Enrollment closes on MARCH 31st. You can schedule a FREE consult with me here! https://calendly.com/macierenaecoaching/60-min-consult-call?month=2023-03Connect on Social:FB: Macie Renae CoachingIG: @macierenaecoaching