Sharpen Your EQ to Build a Stronger Team

Sharpen Your EQ to Build a Stronger Team

Many people mistakenly equate emotional intelligence with “being nice” or “getting in touch with your sensitive side.”  Decades of research proves that higher EQ translates into better performance (and, in the right roles, higher pay).  The ability to build deep connections is a key factor that makes or breaks team performance.  Connection develops when team members listen well, resolve issues positively and build trust and commitment within the team. Individuals with high EQ build strong, connected teams—and strong, connected teams go on to deliver exceptional results.

Transitions Need Bridges - My 5 Toughest Changes

Transitions Need Bridges - My 5 Toughest Changes

It might be helpful to let you know a little more about me.  Rather than start with my approach or background, I want to share some of my transitions so you can understand why I’m so passionate about helping people in theirs.  I remember some of the more challenging transitions I’ve had and I wished there had been someone who could have helped me build the bridge.

Why You Should LOVE the Tell Me About Yourself Question

Why You Should LOVE the Tell Me About Yourself Question

You know it's coming. In most large organizations, an interviewer is going to take a glance at your resume that morning - if you are lucky it will be an in-depth look. They are going to plan a few questions and try to understand the role. And then you'll hear it. "So...tell me about yourself." The truth is that the TMAY question is a layup. You should CRUSH this question every time. It's a gimme.