Source: HBR.com. Author: Art Markman, PhD.
One goal of developing emotional intelligence is to better understand the people around you. This can help you to interact with them more effectively and to understand what they want. It can also help you understand people’s motivations, which even they themselves might have trouble articulating.
Source: LinkedIn. Author: Desmond Courtney, Leadership Development Specialist at Economical Insurance
It’s cycling season in Canada, which means I’m on the road with my fellow MAMIL’s (Middle Aged Men in Lycra). So, from now on, when you make fun of
those wacky cyclists, be sure to get the terminology right, we’re wearing lycra, not spandex!