Emotional Intelligence @ the workplace

Sunday, February 19, 2017

In today’s 24/7/365 globalized workplace, emotional climates are constantly being brought to the surface as we cross cultures, languages and time zones on a daily basis. Learning to effectively manage our emotions is no longer a ‘nice to have’ but a ‘need to know how’. With reference to recent research in neuroscience, Maureen Bridget Rabotin shares some proven techniques on how to better handle your emotions in challenging times. For more information, articles and podcasts, please consult her website: www.effectivegloballeadership.com or read her book – Culture Savvy working and collaborating across the globe (ASTD 2011)

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  3. Ashish Patel says:

    Sorry Maureen Rabotin but Daniel Goleman published book of emotional intelligence in 1995 and 'not 1997' as you said in the beginning of this video. Check out in this link http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26329.Emotional_Intelligence

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  6. Jan Emerton says:

    Very insightful and well expressed. Understanding the impact of emotions on behaviour in the workplace, and the importance of neuroscience in understanding how we react, are key skills for leaders today.

  7. Maureen Rabotin says:

    Emotional Intelligence @ the workplace

    In today's globalized workplace, EI takes on an even more significant role as we work across cultures, time zones and languages. This is an excerpt of a 90-minute presentation given to global executives in a multinational based in France.

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