Daniel Goleman’s, Components for Emotional Intelligence in Business from NYT Education Life (7th April 2015) Self management is the second of Goleman’s four recommendations for applying emotional intelligence in the workplace. To recap, he has identified self awareness, self management, empathy and relationship skills as qualities of leadership and attributes that lead to advancement in the […]
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Daniel Goleman’s Four Components for Emotional Intelligence in Business If you read the, first article in this series, you may be attending to the assumptions that frame written and spoken communications and beginning to come to your own conclusions about their validity for you., In Daniel Goleman’s article in the New Yorker on 7th April, previously […]
Daniel Goleman’s Four Components for Emotional Intelligence in Business from NYT Education Life (7th April 2015) On 7th April 2015 you could have read a short piece about Daniel Goleman’s criteria for emotional intelligence applied to business or the work environment. It gives a list of four recommended attributes for attending and behaving while at […]
Framing Change Work When you think of coaching or doing change work with someone, do you expect your new client to launch into a process with the capacity to follow all your instructions? Have you ever thought about your own impressions and expectations of your ability as a coach? Have you noticed how much quicker […]
Coaching Coaching is a popular application for NLP patterns. The intention is to assist a client to solve one or more problems, create and discover outcomes for themselves and to provide processes whereby the client can organise their thoughts and experience to achieve their outcomes. This requires the coach to gather useful information without being […]
Discuss the Cognitive Structures and Processes that shape our Human Cognitive Architecture. How can our Knowledge assist people to Teach and Communicate? Note. This is an advanced paper that we recommend to people who have had extensive training in NLP or the cognitive sciences. In this essay, human learning capacity will be considered with reference […]
Every business telephone conversation or face to face meeting has a purpose. One party wants something from the other. It could be information, consent, agreement, ideas, permission, action or advice, to name the most common. Sometimes the instigator is clear about their outcome before the conversation and on occasion they are aware of one or […]
What makes up for Comprehensive NLP training? Think about your emotions for a moment. They are so close to you that whatever you do, that is the way you do it. You are so used to your own responses that it is hard to step back from them. Consider your beliefs and values. How do […]
Managing People Managing other people is part of many people’s working life. It is also a skill set that is not necessarily intuitive, despite the reputation of the human as a social animal. Managers can determine if they are effective by comparing responses from their environment and their staff with the responses they want (assuming […]
State State can be described as the set of specific values in a person’s physiology, neurology and biochemistry that gives rise to their behavioural expression and their subjective experience of themselves and the world in any given moment. Some states recur in each culture with sufficient frequency to have acquired labels in the appropriate language. […]
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