Thursday, February 28, 2008
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
We need to be out in the sunlight with our eyes open. It is absorbed through the retina, but that doesn't mean you ever look at the sun - of course -- you know that. But that you be outside in the sunlight at least an hour or so per day. It will do wonders for you "affect" - attitude and emotional state.
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Monday, February 25, 2008
Low cultural IQ could hijack your career
A new quiz may determine whether you will shine on the global stage or cause an international incident
From Monday's Globe and Mail, February 25, 2008 at 9:31 AM EST - go here for full article.
From the article"
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You get anxious in unfamiliar situations. You can't stand not knowing what is coming next. You hate it when people keep you waiting.
You may have a career-threatening cultural IQ.
In addition to other indicators of ability, such as social intelligence and emotional intelligence, employers are now paying more attention to the cultural intelligence of their staff, as workplaces become increasingly diverse and companies conduct more business abroad. Yet most people don't know how they measure up.
Friday, February 08, 2008
It's a good time to work on your emotions and how you manage them. Remember, it's better to let them flow and accept them. If you bottle them up or stuff them down, you give them more power.
Great time to brush up on your EQ as it's a great learning time. Contact me about EQ 101, my new course. Good for newbies and pros, both. Email me at email@example.com .
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Tuesday, February 05, 2008
To read the full article, go here.
It is wise to have some good measures in place to protect yourself if you ever fall under a colleague's attack....Always have backup for everything you've done ... (THINK AHEAD)
Rise Above the Drama of Coworker Sabotage
If you can, don't let your coworker's anger or frustration get to you.... "My first instincts are to resort to a voodoo doll, a stapler or a tube of Super Glue, but I fight those urges and try to remain calm and peaceful," says Richard Ogawa.....
"I just avoid the situation," he says. "I don't give the person the time of day. I don't get upset.
Try to find the humor, if any, in the situation.
There are times, though, when avoidance and humor won't work, and you have no choice but to address the situation. "If it comes down to having to confront the coworker, try and approach the situation with logic, not emotion...."For coaching, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org .