Category: emotional intelligence

Tranquil Inertia

Tranquil Inertia

Do you have a place you go to relax? Get away from work, stress, commitments? Disengage? That’s tranquil inertia. The paradox theory in the Harrison Job Suitability Assessment identifies “tranquil inertia” as part of the paradox around “Motivation”. Self-Motivation and Stress Management may seem to be contrary traits, however when a high intensity exists in…

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Crowd Pleasers

Crowd Pleasers- Is there one in your Employ? We’ve all seen them, some of us have worked with them and most of us can certainly identify a few of them. Those personality types that muck up the atmosphere at work and typically put a wrench in all productivity. Also known as “walking liabilities”, they say…

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Leaders Must Exhibit Adaptive Capacity in 2022

Dr Dan Harrison was recently published in HR Daily Advisor discussing the different demands on leaders in 2022 and how you need to embrace Adaptive Capacity to succeed in this uncertain environment. Read the original article here. The pandemic forced businesses to cope with unexpected change and create solutions on the fly. This flexibility will be…

The Verbal Caustic

The Verbal Caustic

Almost every organisation has experienced some form or another of a Toxic Employee; someone who, whether consciously or subconsciously, disrupts or hinders the advancement of productivity in the workplace. Also known as “walking liabilities”, they say things and they do things that make them a huge liability. Just because you haven’t been sued for it…

Mini Napoleon

Mini Napoleon

Do you have a Mini Napoleon employee in your midst? Almost every organisation has experienced some form or another of a Toxic Employee; someone who, whether consciously or subconsciously, disrupts or hinders the advancement of productivity in the workplace. Also known as “walking liabilities”, they say things and they do things that make them a…

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Emotional Intelligence Equals Success During Covid19

Leadership is one of the most heavily tested skills during Covid19. Research shows that emotional intelligence accounts for nearly 90% of what sets high performing leaders apart from those with similar technical skills and knowledge. Aligned with Daniel Goleman’s model, the 4 Emotional Intelligence areas are: Knowing Oneself Admits mistakes, manages stress and pressure, is…