5 signs you have high emotional intelligence

5 signs you have high emotional intelligence

A hard look at your emotional skills and weaknesses is the first step to improving EQ. Learn 5 signs you have high emotional intelligence. EQ training courses for you and your teams you manage.

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An effective worker is more than just checking off tasks. It’s defined by how well they interact with others while remaining flexible and focused. How they deal with ever growing work stress. And also need balance, insight, and the ability to inspire others.

The skills to work with our minds, our emotions, and other people are essential but rarely developed. Emotional intelligence is trainable, even in adults. This claim is based on a new branch of science known as “neuroplasticity.”

We have had direct experience mainly in the Tech space in bringing the tools and techniques to teams to master better eq. They can gain better mastery with emotional intelligence in just a few weeks. It has been extremely rewarding helping people slow down and see the opportunities that surround them. When they discover happiness is the default state of the mind, it opens their doors to truly explore themselves.

Found out more of how the course began, some background history.

I was fortunate enough to have started Tai Chi a moving meditation at a very early age. Practising Tai Chi for over 25 years has allowed me to build a solid foundation to support the most important aspect of EQ development, which is attention training.

If you are interested in supporting yourself or helping the teams you manage, the links below can help you learn more about EQ training.

  1. What is EQ?
  2. Emotional Intelligence Training Course
  3. Learn to meditate with the Just6 App
  4. Meditation and the Science
  5. 7 reasons that emotional intelligence is quickly becoming one of the top sought job skills
  6. The secret to a high salary Emotional intelligence
  7. How to bring mindfulness into your employee wellness program
  8. Google ’Search Inside Yourself’