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Emotional Intelligence & the Senior Executive Service

Emotional Intelligence is a great cornerstone in almost any SES development program. There are several Emotional Intelligence frameworks or models that can work, but we prefer the EQ-i 2.0 model because of its underpinning science and direct access to a set of 15 distinct behaviors well aligned with the SES ECQs. Learn more about an EQ approach for developing SESers

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Whoa, Buddy! Part 2

It is very difficult—and I would actually argue that it is impossible—to actively do less of something.

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Whoa, Buddy! Part 1

Too much energy or engagement with any EQ behavior could become as much a liability as its deficit.

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EQ Under Fire

              EQ Under Fire Last year Adam Grant caused a flap in the Type (MBTI assessment) community when he criticized the validity of the Indicator and questioned the decision to ever use it. This year Grant is at it again, this time taking aim at the field of Emotional […]

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Resilience and EQ

It is hard to overstate the importance of self-esteem to building and exercising resilience.

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Assertiveness: Find Your Voice

Creating mindfulness around how others experience us when we choose not to share or contribute can be a powerful first step in building our assertiveness.

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EQ’s Toughest Knot

“What can I do to be stronger, shoulder more burden, and bounce back from the trials that diminish me?”

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What is your EQ Atmosphere?

To really understand the leadership needs and expectations of any given leadership role, you should know the culture, or what OKA has come to call the EQ Atmosphere, of that group.

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