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18 Signs You Have High Emotional Intelligence

18 Signs You Have High Emotional Intelligence

By Travis Bradberry / September 28, 2022 /

Decades of research now point to emotional intelligence as being the critical factor that sets star performers apart from the rest of the pack. The connection is so strong that we know 90% of top performers have high emotional intelligence.

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5 Good Lessons from Bad Bosses

5 Good Lessons from Bad Bosses

By Karin Vandraiss / September 22, 2022 /

Seventy-five percent of employees report their immediate boss as the worst part of their job. Here’s what you can learn from that experience.

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What Kind of Leader Are You: A Fixer, Fighter or Friend?

What Kind of Leader Are You: A Fixer, Fighter or Friend?

By Jonathan Raymond / September 21, 2022 /

The archetypes may also help to determine the kind of workplace culture you have cultivated. You might, for example, decide that you have a Fixer culture, which will inform what kinds of culture-wide communication and behavior you should focus on changing.

 

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The Science of Belonging with Jon Levy

The Science of Belonging with Jon Levy

By Tristan Ahumada / September 16, 2022 /

Behavioral scientist Jon Levy joins Tristan Ahumada to explain the science behind creating meaningful connections, the importance of investing in others and the process of building trust.

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What to Learn about Succession Plans From Queen Elizabeth and the British Royal Family

By Jill McDonnell / September 13, 2022 /

While your business might not need a succession strategy as intricate as that for the House of Windsor, there are lessons to be learned from Queen Elizabeth and the British royal family on preparing for succession and establishing continuity in the absence of a longtime leader.

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Dale Carnegie and His Quest to Win Friends and Influence People

Dale Carnegie and His Quest to Win Friends and Influence People

By Todd Eliason / September 11, 2022 /

Before there was an entire industry devoted to self-improvement, there was Carnegie and his desire to let people know their success depended largely on their ability to win friends and influence people.

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Dear Debbie: I Feel Disconnected and Directionless—What Should I Do?

Dear Debbie: How Can I Reignite My Inspiration as an Entrepreneur?

By Debbie Biery / September 6, 2022 /

Q: I’m an entrepreneur. Lately, I don’t feel inspired to manage anything beyond my must-do list. How can I reignite my inspiration? A: Earlier this year, I planned a spontaneous trip to Sedona, Arizona, with two women I’m blessed to call peers and dear friends. We each packed a small bag filled with soft, comfortable…

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4 Steps to Handling Criticism Like a Boss

4 Steps to Handling Criticism Like a Boss

By John C. Maxwell / September 4, 2022 /

I asked myself: Do I want to make people happy or do I really want to lead? I understood clearly that I had to begin to know who I was.

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How to Be An Ally for Others with Simon T. Bailey

How to Be An Ally for Others with Simon T. Bailey

By Jill McDonnell / August 23, 2022 /

Simon T. Bailey discusses the value of collaboration and how to find success in the workplace, how he’s conquered failures and challenges and how men can uplift and support women.

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10 Happiness Practices from Around the World

10 Happiness Practices from Around the World

By SUCCESS Staff / August 23, 2022 /

This inspiring series of illustrations makes for a useful introduction to the wide world of little pleasures:

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