7 months ago

Emotional Intelligence at Work Place – Quite Helpful in Success

Emotional Intelligence at Work Place – Quite Helpful in Success

In layman terms Emotional intelligence can be defined as a study of feelings. But actually it is the capability of humans to concede their own feelings as well as other feelings and consider other people’s feelings when&n read more...

7 months ago

Articulate Without Antagonizing People

 

There is often a disconnect between what we say and what people understand. Part of the reason is perspective. Your perspective of an issue and that of your associate, colleague, boss, or junior may not be the same. Everyone&rsquo read more...

7 months ago

Channel Emotions Positively

 

Positivity is vital for individuals and organizations. Apathy in employees can kill a business. Conversely, positivity has been shown to elevate service standards, improve communication and business outcomes. When people feel opti read more...

8 months ago

Don’t Let Conflict Lead to Loss of Productivity and Poor Outcomes

 

Few things can be as damaging to any organization, workplace, or even the home as conflict. It is immaterial whether the conflict is between two equals or between two people in unequal relationships like superior and subordinate o read more...

8 months ago

Hook Your Audience from the Word Go

 

Unless you grab your audience’s attention from the word ‘go’, there’s no way they will receive the  message you want to convey through your presentation. Everyone who is present may not really have a p read more...

8 months ago

Strong Communication Skills Win the Day Everytime

 

Every time you send out a message, you are communicating something about yourself, not just the topic. In verbal communication, the tone of voice, clarity, loudness or audibility - each says something your words didn’t. Your read more...

8 months ago

A Motivated Staff Is a Productive Staff

 

You need to understand, not simply sympathize with, another person’s emotions to be successful in most fields. Those who remain aloof from others’ feelings, and those who allow their emotions to take control of their t read more...