Emotional Intelligence and Human Capital

Tiny Beautiful Things

Literature & Leadership Development

Blog | Author: Krystin Fakalata | Source: HCI | Published: October 17, 2012

Leadership development is a critical topic—we have a whole event dealing with it—because leadership is something we all have to manage, in some capacity, in our lives. Everyone has had great leaders, okay leaders, and poor leaders play a role in one way or another. Then there are those mentor-leaders, who may quietly come along, and are mind-blowingly awesome. 

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Great Supervision

The Secret of Great Supervision

Blog | Author: Wally Bock | Source: HCI | Published: July 19, 2012

What's the secret of life? James Taylor sings that it's "enjoying the passage of time." In Gretchen Peters' country song, two guys in a bar come up with lots of answers. In the movie, "City Slickers," Curly Washburn says that the secret of life is "one thing," but he never tells us what that one thing is. I sure don't know what the secret of life is, but I have a pretty good idea what the secret of great supervision is:

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Select the Best Employee with Emotional Intelligence

Webcast | Presented By: Korrel Kanoy, Heather Lee | Webcast Aired: December 13, 2011
Do you want to improve the probability of hiring the best person for a position?  Research indicates that emotional intelligence (EI) is predictive of success in many careers. As such,  we should include EI assessments as an integral ... Read more

Marketing Emotional Intelligence Assessments Successfully

Webcast | Presented By: Geetu Bharwaney | Webcast Aired: February 22, 2011
Some people would say that conducting emotional intelligence assessment is a tool for prosperous times whereas others would argue that when times are tough, there is more need than ever to incorporate emotional intelligence assessments into ... Read more
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