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Wed 01 Nov 2017 10:37

How to use anger to make better business decisions

Why would anger help with making decisions when all popular self-help books and a lot of research suggests that emotional control produces more positive outcomes? Maia Young and her colleagues, inves....

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Mon 23 Oct 2017 14:22

Last EBW Online EQ Certification Programme of 2017

Do you want to join us? Not been able to attend the EBW Emotional Intelligence Certification programme in your country? Don't worry. This December, you have the opportunity to join our global....

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Mon 16 Oct 2017 09:43

Do leaders need to feel guilty to perform well?

When you are recruiting or developing new leaders, which factors do you consider important in your applicants? Most businesses probably evaluate them based on their relevant skills, education and exp....

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Mon 04 Sep 2017 13:31

Can you spot when people twist the truth? (Why using EQ is important when recruiting)

Given their training and experience of talking to a wide variety of different people, recruiters are expected to be better than the layperson at spotting a candidate's potential and at identifying....

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Tue 01 Aug 2017 15:55

How can you improve a candidate's honesty in an interview?

Does using 2 recruiters get more honest candidates? Countless research studies have shown that using two interviewers when running a recruitment interview improves the chances of recruiting the righ....

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Mon 15 May 2017 09:13

Silent Empathy - how to keep calm in difficult situations

How to control your emotions in difficult situations Do you know why some people can keep calm when they are having stressful conversations? How do they stop their emotions hijacking their thoughts....

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Fri 05 May 2017 11:16

Is expressing your emotions at work a good thing?

Tolerating annoyances at work drives engagement & performance Joe had been the head of accounting for 10 years. Known as a hard taskmaster, Joe was difficult to please. He set high goals for himse....

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